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Breaking! Tesla soon adds YouTube and Netflix to all cars



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Published on July 27, 2019 |
by Paul Fosse

27. July 2019 by Paul Fosse


Elon Musk recently tweeted some exciting news for those who own Tesla cars and those who consider buying them. Although all Tesla cars have had a browser for a while, it did not support the browser Netflix or YouTube. Elon tweeted that Tesla will soon roll out both YouTube and the Netflix car capabilities! (Note that Netflix and YouTube will only work while the car is parked.)

As one who spent 4 hours in Tesla in my garage just enjoyed the wonderful stereo last week (because I had been on vacation for 2 weeks, I missed my car), I know my car quickly becomes the best place in my house to watch YouTube and Netflix. The 15-inch screen is a bit small compared to the 42-inch screen in my bedroom, but the sound in the car is superior to the $ 3,000 home theater I have in my family room.

Full Self Driving + Netflix / YouTube!

Elon added a minute later that this is not only for use in a parked car, but will be useful while traveling as soon as regulators approve full self-driving (FSD). I expect the arcade games and the newly released chess game will also be activated in the car.

Conclusion

It is clear that Elon not only hyped the Full Self Driving option, but he realizes that sometime people do not need to see the road, they will have a great need for entertainment options.

I'm happy to see that he supports the popular streaming services on YouTube and Netflix instead of creating Tesla's own streaming channel. When Tesla has 10 million autonomous cars out there, you may want to roll out its own content, but I think Tesla has enough on his plate right now with all the projects it has already committed to.

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Tags: Netflix, Tesla, Tesla autopilot, Tesla Full self-drive, Tesla infotainment, Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model 3 long-term review, Tesla Netflix, Tesla YouTube, YouTube


About the author

Paul Fosse En software engineer for over 30 years, first developed EDI software and then developed data warehouse systems. Along the way, I have also had the chance to help start a software consulting firm and do portfolio management. In 2010 I was interested in electric cars because gas became expensive. In 2015, I began to read CleanTechnica and was interested in the sun, mainly because it was a threat to my oil and gas investments. Follow me on Twitter @ atj721 Tesla investor. Tesla referral code: https://ts.la/paul92237ebrit19659017??(funktiond, s, id) {var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName (s) [0]; js = d.createElement (s); js.id = id; js.src = "http://connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore (js, fjs );} (document, & # 39; script & # 39 ;, & # 39; facebook-jssdk & # 39;));
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