Apple Watch Tesla

The Apple Watch is set to ship in April, but developers are all hard at work in hopes of creating the next Flappy Bird, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. Eleks Labs has other things in mind, like an app that can be used to control the Tesla Model S. Some of the basic functions include displaying battery life, charging status, mileage left, temperature, and even if the doors are locked. Continue reading for a video and more information.

“More functionality is expected to come though, as you’ll be able to open the doors, reposition the moon roof, adjust the climate control, and more. One bummer right now though is the fact that you’ll still have to have your phone on you for the watch to work,” reports Hi Consumption.