Tesla owners will soon be able to stream Netflix and YouTube on their infotainment systems, but video streaming won't be available on the move... for now.
As is his wont, Elon Musk announced the news on Twitter, telling his followers the "ability to stream YouTube & Netflix when car is stopped coming to your Tesla soon! Has an amazingly immersive, cinematic feel due to the comfy seats & surround sound audio".
Initially, the streaming services will only be offered while the car is in Park, but the plan is to eventually offer it when 'Full Self Driving' mode is active.
"When full self-driving is approved by regulators, we will enable video while moving," Musk tweeted.
Tesla has already revealed it plans to offer games on its central displays, once again while the car is stationary. Cuphead, Tempest, Pole Position and Missile Command will all be available, with the steering wheel acting as controller.
As for when Tesla owners will be able to enjoy proper hands-off driving? With the reveal of its 'full self-driving computer' in April this year, the company said its vehicles will be capable of fully autonomous driving by the end of 2019.
According to Musk, a Tesla Network ride-sharing app will go online next year in regions with supportive regulations. Owners will be able to list their cars and have them running around earning money during what would otherwise be 'downtime'.
It'll be pitched as a combination of Uber and Airbnb, allowing consumers to hail a ride from their phone and have someone else's car arrive to collect them.