The rise of Tesla has constituted in a paradigm shift within the automobile industry. Wireless internet providers have allowed for major car manufactures to install applications within their vehicles operating system that is dependent on the continuous connection with mobile internet. These applications in return provide for the usage of the interface to become more open and user-friendly. Car manufacturer Byton has designed for a 49-inch screen to successfully being installed in its latest concept model. That being said, it is possible for 3rd party developers to design vehicle applications aiming at improving the riding experience in years to come. These improvements can be constructed and maintained in a decentralized system.
Last year Elon Musk mentioned in his next 10 years master plan that after true self-driving is approved by regulators, you will be able to summon your car from pretty much anywhere, when you approach your car, the door opens by itself, once it picks you up, you don’t have to drive, your car is 10X safer than manual via massive fleet deep learning, on your car you will be able to sleep, read or do anything else getting to your destination. You will also be able to add your car to a shared fleet and have it generated income for you while you're at work.
After many years of data collecting and continuous improvements on the Level 4 autopilot, Tesla is determined to achieve the true level of Self-Driving, level 5, hence Tesla’s shortterm goal. Once Self-Driving is established, commuting by car will be experienced to be more liberating. We will have more time to get work done, or just relax with some entertainment while we travel to our destination. However, in order for us to utilize the time we travel more productively, further development of APPs and DAPPs is required.