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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.

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.

Of all the features of the Tesla Model S, the 17-inch touchscreen has us frothing at the mouth. And according to Elon Musk, Tesla will allow third-party developers to create apps for their all-electric sedan.