Fast forward to today, the developer informed Tesla North he has released his first release of “Tesla Android” on Github for others to download and try. With Tesla Android, you’ll be able to run Apple CarPlay or the app ScanMyTesla on your Tesla, to access vehicle logs from your vehicle.
Apple CarPlay, along with Apple Music, is one of the most-requested features that some Tesla users want in their vehicles. CarPlay is widely available in the latest cars, allowing owners an infotainment system that is synced to a user’s iPhone, making it easy to send and receive messages with Siri, plus access Apple Maps, Apple Music and other supported CarPlay apps.
Check out the previous alpha build of “Tesla Android” below to see an idea of what it’s all about:
Tesla is ramping up plans for its much-anticipated Cybertruck, aiming to manufacture 375,000 units annually, with release candidates expected by late August, according to supposed internal communications sent to suppliers, reports Electrek. The futuristic-looking electric pickup truck, dubbed one of the most eagerly awaited electric vehicle programs slated for launch this year, has attracted around […]
Check out all of the new Tesla Supercharger locations that went live across the globe this past week, courtesy of data from Supercharge.info and the TMC Forums: Date Opened Location Number of Stalls Power Rating Official Listing May 29, 2023 No. 621, Dongyi Rd, East District, Chiayi City, Taiwan 6 250 kW Tesla May 30, 2023 Section […]
Here’s a list of all the new Supercharger locations Tesla opened up across the globe this past week, courtesy of data from Supercharge.info and the TMC Forums: Date Opened Location Number of Stalls Power Rating Official Listing May 22, 2023 B2, Amara Signature Hotel, No. 600 Changshou Road, Putuo District, Shanghai, China 3 250 kW Unavailable May […]