Tesla clearly wants to add Steam to its collection of in-vehicle games. 

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in a tweet that the company is making "progress in Steam integration" and can expect a demonstration "probably next month."

Tesla already offers a variety of games, from the built-in Tesla Arcade to Cuphead and Sonic the Hedgehog 1, 

but with the addition of Steam's digital storefront, users will be able to use even more games.

It's still unclear if the integration will allow users to sit in the car and shop on Steam, or if there are games that Tesla doesn't support.

Musk has not yet fulfilled its promise to introduce Cyberpunk 2077 and 

The Witcher to the new models S and X with AMD Ryzen processors and discrete AMD RDNA2 GPUs.

However, the potential for Steam integration may indicate that Tesla is approaching that goal.

In February, Musk tweeted that the company "is working on the general case of getting Steam games to work with specific titles and Tesla." 

This means that Masks are more likely to make high-end titles available through Steam integration than individual games.