Tesla owners will soon be able to follow their favorite movies and series of Netflix and YouTube videos directly from the screen in the cars.
The screen in Tesla's cars is not only to provide the driver with information on the road and the car, but also for entertainment where Tesla has already revealed the opportunity to play in the E3 show games and will have powerful games such as Fallout Shelter and Tesla. Such as Storm, Pole Position, and Missile Command, as well as those who love intelligence games, will be able to play chess through Tesla Arcade.
Games work only if the car is parked and the steering wheel can be used to manage the game, and now with the necessary approvals, the video will only follow when the car is empty and with a cinematic and oceanographic experience. Tesla will also watch the animation.
The most important issue now is that Tesla's screen does not support HTML5, the format in which all YouTube videos work today, so Tesla will need to send updates to the software before activating the feature.
Enabling car entertainment is especially targeted at passengers rather than the driver, especially if there are children who can enjoy watching cartoons on the screen while waiting in the car to stop the driver from returning abroad.