During a conversation on Tesla focused podcast Ride the Lightning, the eccentric CEO noted the potential of the infotainment system found in Tesla vehicles. Currently, the dashboards screen offer a host of services like music/podcast streaming, books, navigation tools, maps, hidden games and playful modes. Model S, X, and 3 feature games like 2048, Super Breakout, Missile Command, Asteroids, Lunar Lander, and Centipede, with Cuphead coming later this year.
“As our number of vehicles grow, it starts to potentially makes more sense to develop games and other applications for Tesla.” But Musk did realistically revealed that development would require a lot of cars “for developers to build separate Tesla apps.”
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