Your Tesla Will Soon Let You Stream YouTube and Netflix
You can now enjoy games on your Tesla infotainment system. It's no surprise that soon you'll be able to do YouTube and Netflix streaming. Elon Musk recently tweeted about this upcoming feature. He mentioned that when car is stopped, you can watch YouTube and Netflix—and that it has an awesome immersive and cinematic vibe because of the comfortable seats and surround sound. As soon as full autonomous driving is approved, video will also be enabled while on the move. This should be in effect within a few months. For now video streaming is only possible when the car is parked, then later after everything gets a green light, you can even watch while the vehicle is moving. But nobody has an idea when authorities will thumbs up this.
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