Working a company Electric car maker Tesla to add Apple Music and Amazon Music as new original music services within its electric cars.
While most other carmakers are turning to phone mirroring with Android Auto and CarPlay to handle in-car media playback, Tesla insists on integrating music services into its user interface.
For years, the electric car manufacturer has been integrating various music streaming services inside its cars with applications embedded in central displays, as Tesla has integrated Spotify service. In her cars.
CEO (Elon Musk) said recently: Tesla will add Tidal to its integrated music services, and it has now emerged that the carmaker is also working on merging Apple Music and Amazon Music.
And theOffered Leaks early versions of integration into Tesla’s user interface via a recent software update, andWhen looking at the various media sources, several new options have appeared, although they are not yet usable.
Based on this leak, it appears that Tesla is working on adding several new media sources, including Apple Music, Amazon Music and Audible, also owned by Amazon.
Tesla drivers can link their accounts within these music streaming services to their cars and use the services through the car’s interface instead of connecting their phones to Bluetooth, an option currently available.
There’s no way to know when the integration will be available, but the leaks have made clear that the integration of Tidal’s service appears to be the furthest in evolution.
And with more media sources arriving in Tesla cars, the automaker recently released a new software update that allows drivers to hide media sources.
You can now go into settings and make the main user interface display Only the media sources you use.
This feature may be especially useful if Tesla adds more music-streaming services, such as Apple Music and Amazon Music, that can be linked to its vehicles.