Tapping the "T" logo on the touchscreen three times turns the infotainment system into a virtual sketchpad, allowing owners to create their own artwork on their center console. Once the work is complete, in-car artists have the option to submit their masterpiece to Tesla – the options are "No, the world isn't ready for my art," and "Yes, I am an artist!"
Shortly after revealing the hidden feature, Musk returned to Twitter to share his favorite submissions. One is respectable sketch of the "Mona Lisa." The other depicts a flatulent unicorn, which is a copy of the art on Musk's favorite coffee mug, and a joke about electric vehicles running on magic.
Made today on Tesla sketch pad pic.twitter.com/Z8dFP2NN41— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2017
Easter eggs have been part of the fun for Tesla owners and fan alike, particularly catering to the geek crowd. Previous hidden gems reference "Spaceballs," " The Spy Who Loved Me," " The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," and " Mario Kart."