Tesla is set to release an update that disables the "passenger game" feature in its cars and prevents video games from playing on the center console while electric cars are in motion. The revelation came amid an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) into the feature.
Earlier this week, the NHTSA Office of Investigation (ODI) began an initial evaluation of nearly 580,000 Tesla Model 3, S, X, and Y vehicles covering the 2017 and 2022 models. This focuses The app is based on the Passenger Play feature and looks in particular at how drivers are distracted. ODI said the gameplay only worked on the center console while Tesla was out in the park.
A day after the investigation began, Tesla told NHTSA that after speaking to International Atomic Energy Agency officials, the feature would change. Protect. However, a representative said the investigation will continue despite the update. p>
"Manufacturer Safety Act" safety, including technologies that distract the driver from safe driving, the NHTSA said in a statement. p>
This year, Computex Tesla introduced the Tesla Model S and Model X Ryzen APUs with Navi 23 graphics. Which allows games like Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 to be played in the infotainment system. Tesla said it is offering a "10 teraflops" similar to the PlayStation 5. The chip recently appeared on the Tesla Model Y, which was originally in China, but they have found their way elsewhere. p>
Tesla. In recent years, several NHTSA investigations have investigated allegations that its vehicles suddenly accelerated (it didn't), touch screen malfunctions, orders, fatal autopilot accidents, and more. p>