Tesla has a new update and that will give Tesla owners the ability to use a new Boombox mode. The mode can broadcast custom audio on the outside of the car.
Tesla is also giving the Boombox mode lowbrow humor along with its usefulness. Owners can use fart and goat sounds in instead of normal, honking sounds car horns usually make.
Boombox mode is one of several other updates as part of Tesla’s 2020.48.26 update. Apparently, it also appears to be something that Tesla lovers are eagerly anticipating. In the new mode, Tesla owners can use several sounds in place of the regular horn through the Toybox section. They include; goat baaing, applause, a little “tada” clip, someone speaking posh and, fart.
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According to Teslarati, The speakers were added because the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, “required electric cars that were silent to omit some noise to alert pedestrians”.
Here’s how Teslarati describes what Boombox mode does:
“Turn your car into a boombox and entertain a crowd with your media player when parked. You can also customize the sound your car makes when you press the horn, drive the car or when your car is moving with Summon. Select an option from the dropdown menu or insert your own USB device and save up to five custom sounds”.
Users have the option of uploading five tracks and this means people can drive their Tesla vehicles blasting whatever audio they want.
There are plenty of other additions to the 20 20.48.26update. Tesla owners also have access to three new games, they can play while parked. They include; The Battle of Polytopia, Cat Quest, and Solitaire.
Supercharge display improvements and scheduled departure improvements are also part of the firmware update.
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