Although Tesla provides music streaming services like Slacker, Spotify, TIDAL, and TuneIn, YouTube Music is currently not supported on Tesla’s infotainment system. However, there is a solution available for YouTube Music users who want to play it in their Tesla. In this article, we will provide a detailed guide on how to play YouTube Music on a Tesla.
To enjoy ad-free YouTube Music offline without a subscription, you can utilize a third-party program called TunePat YouTube Music Converter. By installing this software, you can download YouTube music in various formats like MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, and ALAC. TunePat employs advanced decoding technology to ensure the original sound quality and ID3 tags are preserved during the download process.
Simply add a playlist from the built-in YouTube Music web player to TunePat, and you can conveniently batch download YouTube playlists to your computer at a speed of up to 10 times faster. Afterward, you can transfer the downloaded music files to a USB stick and use them in your Tesla for offline playback.
Open the Built-in TunePat YouTube Music Web Player and Sign in
Select MP3 Output Format in the Settings
Download YouTube Music Tracks to PC
To begin, locate the “Click to add” button positioned at the bottom right corner. From there, unselect any songs you don’t want, then click on “Add” to add the desired YouTube songs. Finally, initiate the conversion process by pressing the “Convert” button.
4. Drag the YouTube Music Downloads onto a USB Drive and Connect It to Tesla’s USB Port
To enjoy YouTube Music offline on Tesla without a premium account or internet connection, it is advisable to save the music using TunePat and transfer it to a USB drive. It enables you to play YouTube Music tracks on Tesla indefinitely. Additionally, TunePat allows you to play YouTube Music on various devices of your choice, not limited to Tesla.