Man Gets Chip Implanted in Arm to Unlock Tesla

Well this is certainly a new way to open a car door. A Detroit man doesn’t need a key to drive his car after having a chip implanted in his arm that has the power to unlock his Tesla, CNN reports. Brandon Dalaly, a tech-enthusiast from metro Detroit, is making headlines due to his ability to unlock his car with the wave of his hand. He spoke to Fox 2 Detroit about deciding to have the chip implanted. Along with doubling as a key to his Tesla, Dalaly’s chip has the ability to unlock the doors of his home, while also storing his contact and medical information, including his COVID-19 vaccination card. Watch Dalaly explain his chip-based car keys in the video below.