first_imgEnlarge ImageTesla’s new Beach Buggy game is playable in-car with the vehicle’s controls. Tesla Tesla seems to be spending a lot of time lately putting video games into its cars. The most recent of these is called Beach Buggy Racing 2, and it was developed by a company called Vector Unit. It’s being added as part of the launch of Tesla’s Arcade and ToyboxWhat’s cool about Beach Buggy Racing 2 is that if you’re charging your Tesla, you can play the game using the built-in controls for your car. The steering wheel steers in-game, and the brake and accelerator pedals do their jobs as well. That isn’t to say that there’s not a potential downside to this. Car Games and Apps Car Culture Share your voice Now playing: Watch this: 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better Your next charging session is going to be SO 👏 MUCH 👏 FUN 👏 pic.twitter.com/5YzSL36kCC— Tesla (@Tesla) June 18, 2019 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value More From Roadshow Tesla We ride along in Tesla Mobile Service’s customized Model… 21 Photos 4:04 Tags Incredibly cool Tesla Easter eggs 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous 4 In the teaser video that Tesla posted to its Twitter account on Tuesday, you can see the cars front wheels moving while parked as the driver plays the game. In case this isn’t obvious, that’s a really good way to unevenly wear your front tires out and put extra stress on your steering components.We reached out to Tesla for comment on its plans to address any added wear, to which Tesla representatives replied: “The game has been tuned to give you full control of your dune buggy with minimal steering wheel movement. You can also use touchscreen controls which does not move the wheels, and USB controller support is coming soon.”As for the game itself, it looks like a super fun (if slightly derivative of Mario Kart) racing game with decent graphics that probably look awesome on a Model 3’s huge landscape-oriented screen. The game has several difficulty modes ranging from Chill to Ludicrous (we see what you did there, Tesla) and features 22 levels.The game update is rolling out to Tesla customers starting on Tuesday. Comments Teslalast_img

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