#1 electric vehicle, solar, & battery news + analysis site in the world. Support our work today.


Browsing the "Tesla Full Self-Driving Computer" Tag

Tesla Offers Model S & X Owners Infotainment System Upgrade For $2,500

March 8th, 2020 | by Iqtidar Ali

There is some exciting news for Tesla Model S and Model X owners whose cars were built prior to March 2018 (the infotainment system* in these cars has gone legacy by today’s Tesla standards) — Tesla is offering Model S and X owners the option to update their system to the latest and fastest yet version for a $2,500 fee


Tesla Is A Tech Company — Here’s Why

February 6th, 2020 | by Johnna Crider

Tesla is a tech company, not just a car company. Although, some still seem to believe otherwise. Joel Feder sparked a debate on Twitter by voicing his thoughts about Tesla. In his tweet, he says, "Reminder: Tesla is a car company. Tesla is not a tech company. It builds cars."


Tesla Is Now Installing Full Self-Driving Hardware 3 Upgrade In Some Cars

September 11th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

The first confirmed upgrade to Tesla's new Full Self Driving hardware version 3 took place today after a customer took his 2018 Tesla Model S P100DL into the Santa Barbara service center to get a new HEPA filter. After the service, Twitterer and longtime Tesla supporter Sofiaan Fraval noticed that a line on his service documents indicated that the new hardware had been installed at the appointment as well (h/t to Vincent for spotting this one)


Tesla’s New HW3 Self-Driving Computer — It’s A Beast (CleanTechnica Deep Dive)

June 15th, 2019 | by Chanan Bos

A month ago, Tesla revealed several secrets regarding the new chip the Silicon Valley company has designed for full self-driving capability. Nonetheless, some of the people making that presentation may have failed to take into account that not everyone is fully literate in microprocessor design and engineering. I don't fall into that category either, but I have been a computer enthusiast for quite some time and know a few things that might help me pick out some of the highlights, point out why they are so exciting, and further communicate how Tesla really is way ahead of the competition



Back to Top ↑