One of the determining features of Tesla's recent cars is the massive touchscreen. It acts as the main vehicle control center, with media controls, live cameras, maps, settings, and more. It also has a web browser for some reason, which will soon be replaced with a version using Chromium, the open version of Google Chrome.
While answering questions on Twitter, Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed that the web browser "is about to be upgraded to Chromium." In other words, the browser will have the same visualization mechanism as Chrome, Opera and Samsung Internet.
To be upgraded to Chromium
̵1; Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 22, 2019
The current web browser is using a new version of WebKit, so it's unclear whether users will see some noticeable difference. Maybe this will open the media door while the car is parked because Chromium supports more video and audio codecs than WebKit, including VP8 / VP9.