Is there one? I'm rather surprised if there isn't since it would be the perfect tool to prepare a new owner for delivery without sitting in the car or worse playing with it while driving.
A super nice feature for my Ford Fusion was exactly that... a My Ford Touch simulator as an iOS app. When I went to pick my car up I knew where just about everything was, save for the PHEV options as they weren't on the demo. They even let you set which model car or truck you have so it tailors for that vehicle.
It's be REAL simple to make one up too...
I don't know. If they are running on a 'nix variant, I would think that they could take that code and get it out for use on other 'nix variants with little effort. Just farm it out. It's not like it's doing anything with proprietary systems. Just talking about getting a browser to test against, not a Tesla simulator.
Yes, it runs on linux.
But quite the contrary. The user agent includes "QtCarBrowser" which nobody can really track down, so that must be their own variant. And Tesla can't just open-source the code for the browser, as that would likely lead to several zero-day exploits into the OS, which Tesla obviously wants to avoid at all costs.
I would hope the browser is sandboxed. It has no interactions with any of the other systems in the car. Security through obscurity doesn't work.