With an upcoming software update, all of Tesla cars will be able to use Dolby Atmos sound technology.
Tesla’s cars would be ready to use the Dolby Atmos sound system. BGR says that the company has been talking with record companies for a long time. The upgrade doesn’t require any changes to the hardware of the vehicles; it would just be turned on by installing a software update.
Every car Tesla has ever made can get software updates over-the-air, just like an iPhone or any other Android device. Over time, the graphic interfaces of the brand’s cars have changed and become more up-to-date. They’ve also gotten new features, like faster acceleration, faster charging, and even more independence, thanks to improvements in the management system. from the power source.
More than a million Tesla cars will be able to use Dolby Atmos once the update is sent out. A technology for surround sound that uses sounds as if they were three-dimensional objects. This method was first used to mix movies and TV shows, but now it is also used to mix songs and records.
Apple Music announced Dolby Atmos in Tesla.
One of the best things about Dolby Atmos is that you can use a lot of different devices to make it work. From speakers to headphones, headphones to home theater systems.
Cars, including Teslas, are a great place to listen to Dolby Atmos audio. This is because they have multiple speakers all over the interior. When Lucid announced that the technology would be in the Lucid Air in early 2021, they were the first company to do so. Mercedes-Benz added it to its EQS, EQE, E-class, and S-class cars later.
Apple Music is coming to Teslas, also through a system update. This may not be a coincidence. Apple’s music streaming service includes Dolby Atmos in millions of songs at no extra cost. “Spatial sound” is what they call it.
Some people think that Apple Music will come to Teslas with the big system update in December. Dolby Atmos is also possible. By the end of 2020, word got out that work was being done to add Apple’s streaming platform to the Tesla software.
Dolby Atmos could also come to Tesla through Tidal, which is already built into the car software made by the company. Spotify is not an option because none of its songs are available in Dolby Atmos right now.