WATCH: Tesla cars flash in sync with RRR’s Oscar-winning song Naatu Naatu

This song Natunatu The Telegu language film RRR from SS Rajamouli has taken the Indian audience by storm and won hearts abroad as well. The song recently won an Oscar for “Best Original Song” for its catchy beat and energetic feel. While hometown fanatics were celebrating the feat, fans in New Jersey also paid tribute to the song by hosting a Tesla light show.

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March 20, 2023 at 16:06 pm

Screenshot from the viral video of a Tesla car flashing in sync with RRR’s Naatu Naatu song. (@RRRMovie/Twitter)

RRR’s official account shared the over minute clip on Twitter with the caption: “@Teslalightshows synced to the beat of the #Oscar Winning Song #NaatuNaatu in NJ… Thanks for all the love.”

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The video shows dozens of Tesla vehicles in a parking lot syncing their headlights to the beat of the song. The lights come on and off according to the beat playing, in red and white, creating a stunning and engaging light show.

As of the time of filing the report, the video had been viewed more than 101,000 times on Twitter. Twitter users praised the light show in the comments section, with comments such as “Damn, so cool!”, “Epic,” “Superb,” ​​”Amazing,” and “Goosebumps.”

Tesla vehicles can put on a light show through a feature called “Tesla Toybox.” This feature allows owners to activate a range of interesting functions, including a light show mode. When activated, this mode allows the car’s headlights, taillights, turn signals and interior lights to be programmed to flash and change color in sync with the music.

The sound system in a Tesla car can also be programmed to play music through the car speakers, providing a complete audio-visual experience. This feature is available on select Tesla models, including Model S, Model X, and Model 3.

This song Natunatu Composed by MM Keeravani, lyrics by Chandrabose. This song has been filmed on Jr NTR and Ram Charan.

First published date: March 20, 2023 at 16:03 PM CST

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