The co-founder of the company didn't share details about the capability, but it is presumed that the option would work via low-speed noisemakers, which have been mandated by the European Union and U.S. to alert pedestrians about incoming near-silent EVs. Those sounds are required to allow pedestrians to hear electric vehicles traveling at slow speeds.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently hinted that his company's auto may "talk" to pedestrians one day, asking them to hop in or leave the way on congested road.
One of the so-called Easter Eggs in Tesla cars is the option to add fart noises to individual seats in the auto. Such phrases as "Well, don't just stand there staring, hop in" would alert nearby riders that the Tesla is available for hire.
"This will make for some epic robber confusion", Musk tweeted.
In the same thread, Musk also implied that Tesla would also be able to produce "fart" sounds.
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Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow , who were suspended for the 2020 season in the team's sign-stealing scandal. Cora also arranged for a monitor to be installed in the hallway leading to the Astros' dugout, the report said.
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They also discussed some worldwide matters including the developments in the Persian Gulf region and in Libya. The Kremlin said the talks would also cover the conflict in Ukraine.
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The New Zealand dollar also climbed 0.2 per cent to its strongest since Thursday at US$.6650 and the euro was steady at US$1.1128. Against a basket of currencies, the dollar was barely higher at 97.373, well within the recent trading range of 96.355 to 97.817.