A teardown of a Tesla revealed the head unit’s innards looked more like a gamer’s tablet than a car. It was run by a pair of chips from a company best known for powering computer gaming rigs. Brendan McNally got the scoop from Nvidia’s head of automotive, Danny Shapiro.
TU: Imagine everyone’s surprise to discover the infotainment suite of the Tesla S is being run by video gaming processors. What’s that all about? How did a gaming chipmaker suddenly get into the connected-car space?
4G Connectivity Is Live, Now What?
On the road and up in the Cloud, part I
Consumer Telematics Show 2015