Tesla cars & # 39; s coming soon with the ability to stream Netflix and YouTube (but you must stop to use the feature)
- CEO Elon Musk said that Netflix and YouTube & # 39; coming soon & # 39; will be integrated with the cars
- The streaming services can only work if the car is completely stopped
- In the future, Musk said these functions will work during autopilot
- Tesla has also added various games that can be played with the steering wheel
Tesla cars & # 39; s can stream Netflix and YouTube according to CEO Elon Musk, who announced the addition in a recent tweet.
Musk said the services & # 39; coming soon & # 39; will come in line with the company's electric vehicles, albeit with one big reservation – the apps may only be used when the car is completely stopped.
& # 39; Ability to stream YouTube & Netflix when the car no longer comes to your Tesla!, & # 39; Musk wrote in a tweet this weekend.
& # 39; Has an incredibly immersive, cinematic feel thanks to the comfortable seats and surround sound audio. & # 39;
Eles Musk, CEO of Tesla, announced that cars & # 39; s & # 39; coming soon & # 39; Videos & # 39; s from Netflix and YouTube can stream when the car stops
Although the streaming options are only allowed when the car is parked, Musk said the company will eventually engage them for passengers using the car's autopilot mode, subject to regulatory approval.
"When fully self-driving is approved by regulators, we will enable video while driving," said Musk in an additional tweet.
Awaiting full autonomy, Tesla was already starting to add various functions to its kind of semi-autonomous cars, including high-profile video games such as Mario Kart and, more recently, indie favorites such as Cuphead.
Tesla cars & # 39; s can stream Netflix and YouTube according to CEO Elon Musk, who announced the addition in a recent tweet
Mario Kart from Nintendo can be played using the steering wheel of the car.
Despite the recent addition, the idea of watching YouTube or Netflix in a relaxed way during your commute as artificial intelligence can still be a difficult task to actually drive.
The functions of the Tesla autopilot, eve with consistent steps to qualify as a fully autonomous vehicle, still require human intervention in a number of scenarios.
WHAT IS THE TESLA CAR PILOT?
Tesla introduced Autopilot in 2014.
Autopilot is the software that drives the self-driving capabilities of the car.
It supports lane centering, self-parking and the ability to switch lanes automatically, among other things.
Autopilot relies on cameras, ultrasonic sensors and radar.
With these components the vehicle can see its environment & # 39; & # 39; and pick up things like obstacles and lanes.
Data is sent to on-board computers that use machine learning to assess what to do next.
Wells, for example, are other road hazards that have caused problems and the vehicles have only recently changed lanes.
Due to regulatory issues and perhaps unobserved technology issues, Musk is forced to update predictions about the arrival of Tesla & # 39; s full autonomy.
The CEO recently said that the company will deliver a fully self-driving car this year.
For the time being, according to recent findings from MIT, even with the help of a computer, 90 percent of drivers continues to regard commuting as a practical experience.
However, any delay in delivering fully autonomous vehicles has apparently done little to discourage new customers.
This quarter, Tesla announced it had reached a record number of deliveries of its cars with more than 95,000 vehicles.
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