Η Tesla released one holiday software update, allowing users to use one new "Boombox" mode to change their horn, so that it sounds like έρια gas, melodies, applause, roaring goat or like "La Cucaracha" etc. If these sounds do not like Tesla owners, There is also the ability to upload up to five custom sounds via USB.
In addition to changing the horn sound, Boombox mode does essentially what its name implies: Turns the car into a boombox, when parking, and allows users to play songs on the car's external speakers.
"When parking, turn it on car in Boombox and entertain the crowd with your media player. You can also adjust the sound your car makes when you press the horn. You can select an option from the drop-down menu or enter your own device USB and store up to five custom sounds".
However, for now, this feature is not available for all Tesla cars. Chief Executive Officer company, Elon Musk, who loves these strange features, said on Twitter that only cars with external pedestrian speakers will receive the Boombox mode update. This means that all Tesla vehicles built after September 1, 2019 will have this opportunity. Starting in September 2019, Tesla has installed these speakers in order to comply with the rules set by National Authority for Safety in Traffic, which requires electric and hybrid cars to emit a sound of up to 19 mph in order to protect pedestrians.
The Tesla holiday update also includes additional improvements to the fart feature Emissions Testing Mode. This feature allows users to play a variety of sounds from…. gases from different seats of the car. With the new update, car owners will be able to use Emissions Testing Mode outside the car via the external speakers.
As mentioned above, these particular new features are only available on newer models, leaving many older car owners complaining. Owners belonging to Tesla Owners of Silicon Valley Club asked Musk on Twitter if owners with older models, without external speakers, could get the Boombox.