— Josh Heffner (@josh_heffner) March 29, 2017
Tesla's latest software update includes a new Easter Egg, which is easily accessed by tapping the "T" on the central screen three times.
Three taps activates a sketch pad on the center screen in the Model S and Model X.
Rather than waiting for Tesla owners to find the Easter Egg, Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to explain the procedure:
Elon Musk Explains How To Activate Newest Easter Egg
Musk then later Tweeted a few examples of sketch pad "art."
Made today on Tesla sketch pad pic.twitter.com/Z8dFP2NN41
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2017
Tesla owners asked if there was a method for saving and/or sending the sketches created on the pad, but the answer was unclear. Apparently, once created, a prompt comes with two options. The prompt reads:
Are you sure you want tesla to critique your artistic masterpiece?
Your choices are:
No, the world isn't ready for my art.
Yes, I am an artist!
Choose wisely, as apparently the sketches get sent off to Tesla in some form and somehow Musk and team are alerted of the incoming artwork.