Tesla Motors is an American company that designs, manufactures and sells electric cars, creating an all new demand in the marketplace and leaving competitors scrambling to catch up. Tesla first gained widespread attention with the release of the Tesla Roadster, the first fully electric sports car. That was only the beginning for the company. Here are five ways Tesla Motors is pushing technology in the auto industry, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Embedded telematics: Inclusion in the Model S of an embedded connection link — as opposed to connectivity via smartphone tethering — demonstrates that embedded connectivity is the way drivers will communicate with the digital world outside their car.
In the long term, they can expect embedded connectivity to become more of a standard.
4 Replies to “5 Ways Tesla Motors Is Bringing The Auto Industry Into The 21st Century”
Don't you all ever use spell-check?!
Okay…"brining" is a word….so the spellchecker wouldn't catch it.
However….where's the proofreaders?!
not fully reconfigurable instrument cluster. there are some options and can't swap sides or pick apps for left side.
A better title would be Five Ways Tesla's SOFTWARE is bringing the Auto Industry into the 21st Century. The article ignores the company's revolutionary contributions in the realms of powertrain, sales and service.
OK, those are the FIRST five. As Timothy says, the list can go on and on.
And what does anyone think about EVs avoiding Federal and State gasoline taxes
that fund highway reepairs and construction? A growing politicql problem?
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