What if the watch on your wrist could tell you more than just the time?
Smart watches are emerging as the next wave of digital technology, and there's already one potential automotive application for them.
The app will display information on the vehicle's state of charge, available range, and interior temperature on the Apple Watch's tiny screen.
There's also a "charge limit" function, which seems to allow users to cap the level of a given recharge.
Owners can also use their watches to lock and unlock the doors, beep the horn, flash the headlights, and open and close the panoramic roof (if so equipped). They can even set the climate control by individual zones.
Of course, if you need to use a watch to do all of these things, that probably means you're not near the actual car. A car-locator feature is also included to help those who can't remember where they parked.
It's worth noting that many of these features--including monitor the state of charge, locking and unlocking doors, and a car locator--are already available on Tesla's own smartphone app, available for Apple iOS and Android.
However, the futuristic gimmick of controlling a car from a wristwatch will probably hold appeal for some Tesla drivers.
The ELEKS app isn't endorsed by Tesla, and the carmaker hasn't had any involvement with its development.