The latest self-driving Audi is a Q7 prototype with NVIDIA brains.
Earlier this month, venture capitalist and Tesla board member Steve Jurvetson took delivery of the first 2012 Tesla Model S to leave the factory. Now, he's sharing his early peek (deliveries officially start tomorrow) of the production version of the electric car's giant touch screen dashboard through a photo on Flickr.
Electric automaker Tesla Motors announced that its upcoming Model S sedan will incorporate two Nvidia Tegra chips to handle computing and graphics processing for the vehicle's 17-inch touch screen display as well as the car's instrument cluster. Nivdia's Tegra chip was specifically engineered for mobile applications that require low power consumption, while also demanding intense graphical performance. In this case, what's good for your phone is good for your plug-in car.
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