Submitted by Lorenzryanc on Mon, 2019-10-07 06:01
I had a 3am thought that I had around reducing in-cabin noise of ANY car, but since I love my Tess, I'd want it first. Is it feasible to use noise canceling technology in a car? My understanding is noise canceling will listen for noise, say tire moan, and actively play the inverse sound wave so human ears can't detect it. Could Tesla use a microphone and car stereo to do that? If it works, we wouldn't care about acoustic foam or heavy sound deadening material. This could possibly by done all over-the-air too.
I often have ideas that don't work for some reason. What are the holes in this plan?