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Check out Tesla’s cold weather testing
CNET Road Show reports:
Tesla’s cold-weather testing takes place on a secure facility near Delta Junction, Alaska. It’s about a 2-hour drive down from Fairbanks, the closest piece of civilization for hundreds of miles around. Tesla engineers have been testing here for years, but this is the first time any journalists have been allowed to come film what they do all the way up there.
And, a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) by the Road Show author about his article.
A look at the internals of Tesla’s next-generation AutoPilot computer system
The current Autopilot computer in Tesla’s vehicles is powered by Nvidia GPUs.
CEO Elon Musk says that it is capable of processing 200 frames per second and Tesla’s hardware 3 computer, which is optimized to run a neural net, will be able to handle 2,000 frames per second with redundancy.…
We now learn more about the new computing architecture as Tesla hacker verygreen, known for finding a lot of information in Tesla’s software update, has uncovered a lot of interesting details in Tesla’s latest software update.
Sandy Munro talks about the Tesla Model 3 design on Autoline After Hours
Sandy Munro, the teardown expert of Monro & Associates, is back. A guest on the latest episode of Autoline, he’s got more than a few things to say about Tesla, its high-flying Model 3 and how making this car in China will result in a windfall of cash. And that’s just for starters. We also learn some of the secrets of the Model 3’s motor and some of the other systems that make this all-electric sedan so special.
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