Little People’s Audrey Roloff shows off her grandpa’s new $99,000 red Tesla and shares a video of the car’s “light show.”

AUDREY Roloff posted an Instagram Story of her grandfather showing off his new $99,000 Tesla Model S.

The Instagram post’s overlay text reads, “My grandpa has a Tesla and when we first saw it he wanted to show us the light show.”

The Tesla Model S in Audrey Roloff's Instagram story


The Tesla Model S in Audrey Roloff’s Instagram storyCredit: Instagram/Audrey Roloff

Tesla’s light show originally debuted on the Model X, but is now present throughout the manufacturer’s inventory.

Tesla has integrated its Christmas Eve 2021 light shows across its vehicle lineup via an over-the-air software update.

A Tesla light show features the model’s headlights, taillights, cab lights, and other lights flashing to a preselected Christmas carol.

Anyone with a computer can use the free, open-source xLights software to create their own Tesla light show.

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Drivers looking to save time can load shows from other drivers on separate platforms, reports Motor Trend.

Tesla owners can visit the Tesla Light Shows subreddit, where creators share their shows from YouTube and make them available to viewers.

Another Tesla light show site displays custom shows through previews.

According to Motor Trend, you can integrate your favorite driver-created Tesla light shows via a USB drive.

You’ll need a USB drive, as a Tesla’s original dash cam has a base-level TeslaCam folder – which would render a downloaded light show inoperable.

Format your USB drive as exFAT or FAT32 on PC or MS-DOS FAT for Mac before creating a root folder called LightShow, Motor Trend advises.

After you download a custom show, there should be two files. lightshow.fseq and lightshow.wav – or lightshow.mp3.

The fseq file represents the show’s sequence data, while the .wav or .mp3 file represents the audio.

Add these two files to your root LightShow folder and you can plug your USB drive into one of your Tesla’s USB ports.

Audrey Roloff's grandfather's new Tesla Model S


Audrey Roloff’s grandfather’s new Tesla Model SCredit: Instagram/Audrey Roloff Little People’s Audrey Roloff shows off her grandpa’s new $99,000 red Tesla and shares a video of the car’s “light show.”

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