Yes, we realize that heading sounds like we're talking about Nikola Tesla's balls. We're not changing it. Anyway, this is about the cars.
Not only do quite a few of Tesla Motors' vehicles come equipped with Easter eggs, but they are also precisely the kind of eggs that the sort of person who drives a Tesla would probably beg for if they even knew such tech was possible. The Model S, for example, has a car port which flashes all the colors of the rainbow if you politely ask it to (by pressing the handle 10 times in quick succession, not saying it out loud). Why would a car need that, some of you might ask? Because fuck you, it looks cool.
So it saves you money on gas and psychedelic drugs.
The Model S is also equipped with nods to Spaceballs ("Ludicrous Speed" is now a thing), can quote The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy to you if you name it "42," and if you enter the "007" secret access code, it will even morph on its display into James Bond's underwater car "Wet Nellie" from The Spy Who Loved Me. This car is that one friend you keep trying to outnerd, only for him to shoot back with an even more obscure reference every time.