And of course, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced the feature with a drawing of what appears to be a farting unicorn. 

Musk shared two drawings, the other one being a slightly displeased Mona Lisa, complete with a signature and all. 

Made today on Tesla sketch pad pic.twitter.com/Z8dFP2NN41

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2017

We'll leave it to the cruel, cruel world of Twitter to critique these. As for how to get the sketch pad in your Tesla, Musk shared that, too: Tap the T on your Tesla's center screen three times.  Read more...

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Elon Musk draws farting unicorn to showcase Tesla’s new Sketch Pad feature

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Of course the new software update for Tesla cars has a hidden feature. Of course, it’s a sketch pad. 

And of course, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced the feature with a drawing of what appears to be a farting unicorn. 

Musk shared two drawings, the other one being a slightly displeased Mona Lisa, complete with a signature and all. 

Made today on Tesla sketch pad pic.twitter.com/Z8dFP2NN41

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2017

We’ll leave it to the cruel, cruel world of Twitter to critique these. As for how to get the sketch pad in your Tesla, Musk shared that, too: Tap the T on your Tesla’s center screen three times.  Read more…

More about Elon Musk, Sketch Pad, Tesla, Tech, and Apps Software

And of course, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced the feature with a drawing of what appears to be a farting unicorn. 

Musk shared two drawings, the other one being a slightly displeased Mona Lisa, complete with a signature and all. 

Made today on Tesla sketch pad pic.twitter.com/Z8dFP2NN41

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2017

We'll leave it to the cruel, cruel world of Twitter to critique these. As for how to get the sketch pad in your Tesla, Musk shared that, too: Tap the T on your Tesla's center screen three times.  Read more...

More about Elon Musk, Sketch Pad, Tesla, Tech, and Apps Software'>
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Elon Musk draws farting unicorn to showcase Tesla’s new Sketch Pad feature

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Of course the new software update for Tesla cars has a hidden feature. Of course, it’s a sketch pad. 

And of course, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced the feature with a drawing of what appears to be a farting unicorn. 

Musk shared two drawings, the other one being a slightly displeased Mona Lisa, complete with a signature and all. 

Made today on Tesla sketch pad pic.twitter.com/Z8dFP2NN41

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2017

We’ll leave it to the cruel, cruel world of Twitter to critique these. As for how to get the sketch pad in your Tesla, Musk shared that, too: Tap the T on your Tesla’s center screen three times.  Read more…

More about Elon Musk, Sketch Pad, Tesla, Tech, and Apps Software

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