The V11.0 Software Update was first available to vehicles that belonged to company employees, which was a form of additional beta testing, and then it was rolled out to other vehicles made by the American marque. The update was planned to be released on Christmas across the world, and it seems that the plan worked.
As you may be aware, Tesla Motors first introduced the Light Show back in 2015. It was one of the things that people spoke about when they saw the Model X.
Initially, it was only offered with the model X, and now the rest of the current Tesla range can enjoy the choreography of lights and music "any time of the year."
On the useful features list, the software update integrates a new blind-spot camera view that is automatically activated whenever the turn signal is on. It is important to point out that Hyundai and Kia have already introduced this on the EV6, the Tucson, and some other models that come with a digital dashboard and cameras integrated into their side-view mirrors.
Tesla has gone a bit further and integrated new games for the multimedia unit, and also changes to the menu bar, interface, navigation system, and even TikTok integration.