Tesla Model 3: Elon Musk hints at possible heads-up display, releases details about screen, battery, and more -- While most of the information that came out of Tesla’s earnings yesterday about the Model 3 were related to the vehicle’s production program, CEO Elon Musk also disclosed new details and gave a few interesting hints about the upcoming vehicle. Considering Musk pushed the final unveiling of the Model 3 to a few months later than anticipated, it might be a while before we get more information on the vehicle and therefore, reservations holders and enthusiasts (ourselves included) are sure to over analyze any new detail until then. During the conference call following the earnings, Musk was asked to elaborate on the Model 3’s “design for manufacturability”: “The Model 3 is designed for manufacturing. It is conservatively a simpler car than the S or the X. Some of these indications are obvious. For example the Model 3 only has one screen whereas the S and X have two screens and two separate computers powering each screen. The Model 3 has 1.5 kilometers of wiring. The Model S has 3 kilometers of wiring so we’ve simplified the wiring system conservatively.” That’s an interesting comment that is sure to spark more speculation about the rumored heads-up display in the Model 3. Musk says that there’s only one screen in the vehicle, which would be the 15-in horizontal center display. The Model S and X have both a screen for the center display (MCU) and a screen for the instrument cluster (ICU). If the production version of the Model 3 doesn’t have a screen for the instrument cluster then it would have to be something else and aside from a heads-up display, there are not that many options. More info: https://electrek.co/2017/02/23/tesla-model-3-heads-up-display-screen-battery/
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