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Tesla’s Steps To Make Your Car Safe

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Tesla’s Steps To Make Your Car Safe

Tesla’s Steps To Make Your Car Safe

According to Digital Trends, Tesla’s next over-the-air update will use classical music to keep your car safe Company co-founder and CEO Elon Musk released preliminary details about Sentry Mode on his personal Twitter account after another user complained about his brother in law’s car getting broken into twice in a month.

He explained the feature will turn the eight cameras installed in late-model Tesla vehicles into eight security guards.

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