- Elon Musk wrote on Twitter that Model 3 owners “will be able to do pretty much anything via voice command”very soon.
- The Tesla CEO also said that Tesla is “focused on core Model 3 functionality right now,” and added that more features will be introduced in the future.
Although, the Tesla Model 3 might be off to a slower production start, but there are big improvements coming for the vehicle very soon.responding to a tweet, Musk indicated that Model 3s will have more voice control capabilities in the near future.
“Can we look forward to more voice control before level 5 to maximize safety while driving?” a Model 3 owner asked Musk on Twitter.
“Definitely. You will be able to do pretty much anything via voice command,” Musk replied. He added that Tesla is “focused on core Model 3 functionality right now,” but will work on introducing more features in the near future.
@elonmusk Can we look forward to more voice control before level 5 to maximize safety while driving? Since nearly everything you control on the Model 3 requires input on the screen. Thus, taking your eyes off of the road more than most other cars. Can’t wait for mine! Thanks!
— Tyson Edwards (@thenosyt) January 15, 2018
Voice control in vehicles is fast becoming a key user interface, since infotainment and vehicle control systems are getting more complex over time. Mercedes-Benz is currently investing in building context-aware, intelligent learning in-car voice assistants, using the same GPU tech that underlies intelligent autonomous driving technology.
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