The Tesla Model S is one car that some folks would love to sit behind the wheel and drive, while others might find the idea of an all electric ride off putting, especially when you have issues like the inconvenience of charging stations as opposed to the numerous gas stations all over the place, never mind about the environment. Well, one thing is for sure – the Tesla Model S is one technologically advanced ride, and Elon Musk has even revealed over at a Munich reception that you can view above, that he himself is keeping his fingers crossed to open up the Tesla Model S’ infotainment system to third-party apps before the end of next year .
Not surprisingly, as part of the software transition, this particular all electric sedan will also be on the receiving end of Google Chrome, which would make it a big improvement over the existing browser, especially when it comes to web apps. Musk himself did not make much mention about how the local apps will eventually function, although he did take note that Tesla is “considering” an Android emulator that ought to be able to ride on the vehicle’s Linux platform. What do you think of this potential breakthrough?
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