Soon, you won?t only be Zooming from your home office or hastily tidied bedroom
? you?ll also be able to do it from your Tesla.

This is according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who said on Twitter that video
conferencing in Tesla cars is ?definitely a future feature.?

This feature has recently been?requested a lot?from users. Given that Tesla
Model 3 cars have a driver-facing camera and a massive display, it shouldn?t be
too hard to implement, either.

Interestingly, according toElectrek
[https://electrek.co/2020/05/05/elon-musk-tesla-native-video-conferencing-cars/] , this particular camera in Model 3 vehicles hasn?t so far been used for
anything.

Musk didn?t share any details on when such a feature could launch or which
videoconferencing software would be supported.

Such a feature could be a security concern ? a Zoom spokesperson?told?that the
company doesn?t consider Zooming while driving to be particularly safe. But,
just like certain other Tesla features including watching YouTube or gaming,
videoconferencing could only be available when the car is parked.

As for such a feature?s usefulness, it doesn?t sound essential, but like so many
other Tesla features, it falls into the ?nice to have? category.

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