CarPlay Tesla Project Now Available To Download And Use In Car

You can now get Apple CarPlay in your Tesla, but only if you jump through some hoops. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

Tesla’s refusal to add CarPlay support to its cars continues to be one of the strangest things in the car industry but there might be one solution for those who want the feature regardless.

We heard in January that a developer was working on a way to hack CarPlay onto Tesla’s big in-car display and now he’s shared the details and information required for people to do it at home.

Polish developer, Michał Gapiński, has shared the information and software via a website and Github entry, but there are catches. For starters, you’re going to need two Raspberry Pi computers to get everything to work at this point in time, and there’s more, too.

You can read about the requirements on the developer’s website here.

What this also shows is that people really want to be able to use CarPlay in their Tesla, whether it’s something Elon Musk is willing to add, or not.

If you’re one of those people and you don’t mind going out of your way to get it, CarPlay in a Tesla is now something that’s possible — just make sure to set aside an afternoon or two in order to get it up and running!

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