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 Model S sedan and the Model X 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.