Tesla Model S new infotainment system has 10TFs of power, can play Cyberpunk and Witcher 3

Published: 28th Jan 2021, 12:30 GMT   Comments

Tesla Model S gets a new gaming-capable infotainment system

Tesla announced a major interior redesign coming to Model S.

Along with changes to the car powertrain, Tesla announced that the updated Model S (which wasn’t updated since 2012) will feature a new infotainment system with the Tesla Arcade gaming platform. According to the announcement, this system will have 10 teraflops of power, which is just as powerful as Play Station 5. Tesla did not announce what chip is used for the new system, although it is speculated that it may be based on AMD silicon.

It is rumored that Tesla Model S is powered by an AMD RDNA2 chip, likely Navi 23 GPU (there have been no leaks on CPU design yet). This is a mid-range GPU that has not yet been announced by AMD. It is rumored that the new GPU will have 32 Compute (or shall we say Commute?) Units, which means 2048 Stream Processors. In order to achieve 10 TFLOPS of power, the GPU would have to be clocked at 2.44 GHz.

Tesla is already taking preorders for the new Model S with a price tag of 80K USD. The cars will be available in March, which might align with a possible announcement from AMD of this new graphics chip. It would also be used for discrete graphics cards, namely Radeon RX 6500 series.

Please note that this information about AMD GPU has not been confirmed, so take it with a grain of salt.

Tesla Model S 2021 interior redesign, Source: Tesla

Next-Generation Gaming Consoles
VideoCardz.comTesla ArcadeSony PlayStation 5Xbox Series XXbox Series SKFConsole
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CPUTBC7nm AMD Zen27nm AMD Zen27nm AMD Zen214nm Intel Core i9-9980HK
CPU ConfigTBC
 
8C/16T
 
8C/16T
 
8C/16T
 
8C/16T
CPU ClockTBC
 
up to 3.5 GHz
 
up to 3.8GHz
 
up to 3.6GHz
 
up to 5.0 GHz
GPUAMD RDNA2 (Navi 23?)AMD RDNA2AMD RDNA2AMD RDNA2NVIDIA TURING (TU106)
GPU Config
 
32 CUs (?)
 
36 CUs
 
52 CUs
 
20 CUs
 
30 SMs
GPU Clock
 
2.44 GHz
 
2.23 GHz
 
1.83 GHz
 
1.57 GHz
 
1.68 GHz
GPU Power
 
~10 TFLOPS
 
10.28 TFLOPS
 
12.15 TFLOPS
 
4 TFLOPS
 
6.5 TFLOPS
Performance Targetup to 200mph4K up to 120fps4K up to 120fps1440p up to 120fps4K with RT
MSRP
 
$79,990
 
$399*-$499
 
$499
 
$299
TBC
Release DateMarch 2021November 2020November 2020November 2020TBC
NotesComes with a car* Digital EditionComes with a Chicken Chamber

Tesla Model S 2021 interior redesign, Source: Tesla

On Twitter, Elon Musk confirmed that the new infotainment system will be able to run Cyberpunk. According to the official renders, the system will also play Witcher 3, both known as very demanding PC titles, although Witcher 3 had already seen a Nintendo re-release which is powered by NVIDIA Tegra SoC.

 




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