Electric vehicle maker Tesla has started rolling out holiday updates, including a “full self-driving sneak preview”, teased by CEO Elon Musk last week. The holiday update included long-awaited features, like reading text messages aloud via Tesla’s built-in voice commands and a Camp Mode, The Verge reported on Tuesday.
The Camp Mode will allow customers who want to use vehicles for camping to maintain airflow, temperature, interior lighting, as well as play music, and power devices. According to Teslarati, Musk explained that with feature-complete full self-driving (FSD), the car will be able to drive without human intervention but would still be supervised.
Additionally, the update also includes the standout indie game “Stardew Valley,” one of the best-reviewed games in recent years. Earlier, Tesla rolled out the 2019.40.2 version of its software to some electric vehicle owners and this update included features like Adjacent Lane Speed Adjustments and Stop Sign Detection that are required for FSD.
Another exciting update is TRAX, which is a digital audio workstation, similar to Apple’s Garage Band that’s available on MacBook and Mac devices. Once in park, customers have the ability to mess around and make their own songs on the fly.