The latest Tesla has an integrated console as powerful as the PS5

The latest Tesla has an integrated console as powerful as the PS5

The Tesla brand never ceases to rub shoulders with the world of video games! After having proposed the Cybertruck – a car inevitably reminiscent of the last creation of CD Projekt Red, the car manufacturer returns with two new vehicles named Model S and Model X. What is the relation with the video game you say to me? It’s simple, these two motorized machines are also equipped with an integrated console that would be as powerful as a PlayStation 5.

Once again, the company under Elon Musk’s milestone has seen the big picture today by unveiling the interior of the Model S sedan and that of the Model X SUV, two all-electric vehicles that don’t just settle for to do what is expected of them. Indeed, these new Tesla creations will offer, in addition to a particularly powerful engine, a steering wheel and four wheels, an integrated console which, according to its manufacturer, would be “of comparable quality to that offered by the most recent consoles”.

Information that can also be found on the official site, since on the latter indicates that the machine has 10 teraflops, which corresponds to the power of the PlayStation 5, the Sony console was released on November 19 on our website. territory. As a reminder, the Xbox Series X, meanwhile, is a little more powerful and is composed of 12 teraflops.

In order to bring comfort to players, these updates of the two Tesla cars have decided to swap the screen arranged in portrait format for a 17-inch screen offered in landscape format. A screen that can already be found on the Tesla Model 3.

When it comes to Tesla and Elon Musk, CD Projekt Red is never far away. Indeed, when we look at the console interface we see that it will be possible to play The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in these two new car models. For its part, the official Twitter of the Tesla brand even specifies that it is possible to play Cyberpunk 2077 on the machine.

Still looking at the interface, we learn that other titles will be playable on the integrated console of Model S and Model X, starting with Fallout Shelter, the free-to-play from Bethesda, Stardew Valley or Cuphead. Note that the console is also compatible with Xbox pads and that the car has a second screen located at the rear of the vehicle, ideal for a short session with the family.

Rachel Maga
Rachel Maga is a technology journalist currently working at Globe Live Media agency. She has been in the Technology Journalism field for over 5 years now. Her life's biggest milestone is the inside tour of Tesla Industries, which was gifted to her by the legend Elon Musk himself.