More than 100 Teslas gather to perform unbelievable musical light show with unique feature

It was a brilliant spectacle.
  • Over 100 owners of Tesla cars assembled recently in Maryland, USA to perform a musical light show
  • Owners used their car’s ‘Tesla Light Show’ feature to create a distinctive celebration
  • The function allows the vehicle to put on a funky light show set to music using its headlights, taillights, cabin lights, and other lighting

Published on Jan 31, 2024 at 9:00PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 1, 2024 at 4:55PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis

Over 100 Tesla owners recently gathered recently in the US to perform an unbelievable musical light show with their vehicles.

EV enthusiasts gathered at the Shri Bhaktha Anjaneya Temple in Frederick City, Maryland to prepare for a distinctive celebration, using a unique feature to do so.

The unique feature in question is the ‘Tesla Light Show‘ – a function that allows the vehicle put on a funky light show set to music using its headlights, taillights, cabin lights, and other lighting.

Using the unique feature, owners transformed Maryland’s skyline into an amazing sight, with a musical performance honoring the inauguration of Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir.

Over 100 Tesla cars were lined up to form the word ‘RAM’, while their headlights went on and off in time to the catchy strains of ‘Jai Shri Ram.’

More than 100 Teslas gathering to performing a musical light show sounds like a lot, but it’s far from a record.

Last year, a new record for the largest Tesla light show was clinched by owners in Finland.

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