Tesla announced on Thursday the release of a software update, called "software version 10.0," for its vehicles.
The most striking new feature is "smart summon," which allows Tesla vehicles with the most robust version of the Autopilot driver-assistance system to drive in parking lots without anyone in the car.
Many of the software update's other features are related to in-vehicle entertainment, including the ability to use Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, or Spotify from a vehicle's touchscreen.
Software version 10.0 will begin rolling out to owners this week, Tesla said.
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In a post on its website, the electric-car maker referred to the update as the largest in its history.