Hop in a Tesla, and where do your eyes go? If it's your first time in one, there's a good chance you'll be drawn to the rotated widescreen television that Tesla passes off as a touchscreen infotainment system. It's large, it's capable -- and to a new buyer, it's probably a bit daunting. But Tesla has a simple solution.
The company has a new series of 11 how-to videos on its YouTube channel, in case you either want to bone up on your car's capacities or just learn how a Tesla works, even if you don't own one yourself. The videos cover everything from the settings menu to the Web browser, and it applies to both the sedan and the crossover. There's even a video dedicated to Tesla's mobile app.
This isn't some fly-by-night, shaky-cam film spot, either. The screens are reproduced on a black background with a proper voiceover. If you're not close enough to a dealership to get an in-person impression and want to learn more about Tesla's products before biting the bullet, these videos should definitely help.