Tesla Model S with the sounds of the most powerful Hellcat sounds ridiculous

Tesla Model S with the sounds of the most powerful Hellcat sounds ridiculous

July 22, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

A video has been posted on the YouTube channel DragTimes showing the Tesla Model S electric sedan emitting the sounds of a powerful Hellcat gasoline engine. I must say that such an electric car sounds ridiculous.

Sound has played a vital role in the driving experience since the advent of the combustion engine, but it has disappeared with the advent of electric vehicles. This is a reason for complaints from fans of classic internal combustion engines, who make fun of electric cars just because they lack the roar of the engine. However, there is a way out. Tesla offers external speakers on some of its models, and a new video from the DragTimes team from the YouTube channel of the same name shows how you can use any sound for your Tesla electric vehicle.

Brooks Weissblat’s Tesla Model S Plaid is nimble enough, but lacks the sounds that many people often associate with fast cars and their high power.

He “fixed that” by deciding to load a very specific engine sound into Tesla – the Dodge Hellcat cam engine sound. The sleek red electric sedan sounds pretty weird. The car plays the soundtrack in a loop, no matter what the car is doing.

Tesla began installing external speakers on its models starting September 1, 2019, after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration required silent electric vehicles to be silent to alert pedestrians that a car was nearby. Tesla decided to make this feature available to everyone. All you have to do is plug your USB device into your car, and you can save up to five custom sounds.

Tesla began installing external speakers on its models starting September 1, 2019, after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration required silent electric vehicles to be silent to alert pedestrians that a car was nearby. Tesla decided to make this feature available to everyone. All you have to do is plug your USB device into your car, and you can save up to five custom sounds.