Though the Apple Watch is not yet on sale, software developers already have a version of the Tesla Model S iPhone App running for it. The functionality is somewhat limited at the moment, but it shows what could be possible from the gadget in the very near future.
It's a nightmare for anyone who loves their car: you return to your parking spot, only to find it empty. You flash the lights or honk the horn with your key fob just to make sure you didn't forget where you parked, but nothing happens. What do you do? If you're a Tesla Model S owner, you get out your phone, open your Tesla app and track that baby.
Want a $77,000, 17-inch touchscreen tablet computer that comes with a free electric sedan? Then you'll want one of the first Tesla Model S electric sedans, which Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk said recently will support third-party, car-specific apps. Speaking at a conference in San Francisco, Musk also said the Model S will have built-in text-to-voice capabilities.