Tesla's latest update turns your EV into a boombox

Your Tesla could soon be transmitting your musical tastes to the world - at least if you have the right car. Electrek notes that Tesla has released its promised vacation update, and the centerpiece appears to be a boombox mode that pumps media out as long as you have a sufficiently new electric vehicle with pedestrian speaker system, as will be the case with later production runs of the Model 3 the case is. You probably won't be using this for parties during the pandemic and should check local laws, but it's more efficient (not to mention safety) than turning up the normal volume and leaving a window open.
Elon Musk added that you can tweak the horn sound of these newer cars to something beyond the usual honking. Other updates include a smarter scheduled departure that prepares the battery and cabin without plugging in, larger driving visualizations (helpful for autopilot) and an overview of the number of open stands on Superchargers.
Musk quickly realized that the update isn't quite as "fire" when you have a Tesla vehicle without pedestrian speakers - there are a lot of them. There are "more things" to come that Tesla could not finish, said the managing director. Even so, you might appreciate the addition if the party mode is over the top for your needs.
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