Tesla electric cars will start showing videos from YouTube and NetflixAugust 21, 2019
In the near future, Tesla electric cars will receive a special function for watching videos from YouTube and Netflix services. This was announced on Twitter by the head of the American company Elon Musk. According to him, to watch the video you can use a large monitor, which is installed in the cabin of Tesla electric cars.
“Thanks to the surround sound and comfortable seats in Tesla cars, there will be an indescribable feeling of cinematography,” Musk wrote.
It is expected that the new application will work in Tesla machines in August. You can use the new function only when the car is standing. At the same time, Elon Musk said that in the future, when regulators allow to equip cars with the function of full independent driving, video viewing will be available during the movement of the electric car.
The company Tesla Motors in the second quarter of this year suffered major losses – the loss of the American manufacturer of electric cars amounted to $ 408 million. This was reported in the report of the company. The document says that the company was able to reduce losses – in the first quarter of 2019, they amounted to $ 702 million. In just three months, Tesla Motors was able to sell 95,000 of its electric cars, revenue amounted to 5.2 billion dollars. During the reporting period, the American company produced more than 87 thousand cars. Earlier, its founder, Elon Musk, promised that Tesla would return to profit in the third quarter of 2019.
Tesla, an electric vehicle manufacturing company, was founded in 2003. Since 2008, has been selling the Tesla Roadster. In 2012, the company introduced the Model S sedan. Manufacturer headquarters are located in Palo Alto, California.
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