The spectacular light show was performed after running the light show files on the computers on board the cars
It looks like the ‘Naatu Naatu’ fever has gripped the entire globe ever since the peppy track from the critically-acclaimed ‘RRR’ bagged the Best Original Song at this year’s Oscars. While already a huge hit in India, RRR has shot to fame on a global scale ever since the item number’s victory. Now, in a new development, a video showing a group of Tesla cars paying homage to the song through a light show has gone viral. This video has been shot in New Jersey, United States.
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Video Shared by RRR Twitter Account
The video came to light after it was shared by the official ‘RRR’ Twitter account. It has been shot in a parking lot where a group of Tesla cars are parked together and flash their lights on Naatu Naatu to create a fantastic sound and light show. Reacting to the video, a user wrote: “@Teslalightshows light sync with the beats of Oscar Winning Song Naatu Naatu in New Jersey. Damn that’s so cool!” The video has already garnered 590k views and over 4,200 Retweets. The light show by the cars is indeed mesmerising and left everyone in awe. “Feeling So Proud,” wrote another user.
Made Possible By Tesla-supplied Light Show Orchestra Feature
This light show was made possible by running light show files on the Tesla computers on the cars. The light show orchestra features enable Tesla users to perform a light show using Tesla-supplied songs and light performances or even through running a self-written program code. The latter can be uploaded to the computer simply through a USB. This feature was launched back in late 2021.
Naatu Naatu is the first-ever Telugu song to be nominated in the ‘Original Song’ category at the Oscars. At this year’s Academy Awards, it competed with songs from renowned artists such as Lady Gaga and Rihanna. The video of Tesla cars dancing on the beats of Naatu Naatu was dropped online soon after a US teen, Olga Manassyan shared a video on Instagram performing to the beats of the award-winning track. She was seen acing the famous hook step. The caption of the video read: “This dance and song were so memorable at the Oscars this year, I couldn’t resist but learn the dance!”
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