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(Pocket-lint) – Disney+ has arrived on UK Tesla cars.
After being added to the Tesla Theater app in the US last year and in Australia in April, the streaming service is now available to Tesla owners in Britain as part of the latest software update. .
It joins YouTube, Netflix and other platforms which can be viewed on the car’s infotainment system when parked.
We successfully downloaded and added it to a Tesla Model 3 here at Pocket-lint. It is also available for the center console of the Tesla Model S and Model X, according to our information.
To access Disney+ in your Tesla, make sure you’ve installed the latest software update and are parked.
Then select the App Launcher on the center screen, then Entertainment and finally Tesla Theatre. Disney+ should be accessible. Log in and go.
You’ll need a Disney+ account, of course, which costs £7.99 a month or £79.90 for a year’s subscription.
The service offers shows and movies from many Disney franchises, including Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, and, of course, the Disney catalog. The UK and Europe also have access to Star, a platform for more mature content, like The Walking Dead and Die Hard films.
Written by Rik Henderson.