Tesla ditches NVIDIA for Intel for infotainment systems

Tesla continues its break up with NVIDIA, moving away to Intel for its infotainment systems.

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Published Wed, Sep 27 2017 11:28 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:54 AM CST

AMD is now making custom AI processors for Tesla, and now it seems NVIDIA is losing another piece of the electric car makers' pie, with Intel taking over the infotainment systems according to sources of Bloomberg.

Tesla ditches NVIDIA for Intel for infotainment systems | TweakTown.com

What makes this news even more interesting is that Tesla, NVIDIA, and Intel have declined to comment. Tesla shipped around 76,000 vehicles in the last financial year, so while it's not a carmaker that ships millions of vehicles, it does get a lot of press because of the technology inside of the cars.

Tesla's Autopilot 2 system is still powered by NVIDIA designs, but it seems like it's one of the last parts of Team Green inside of Tesla cars with AMD and Intel both making big moves with the electric car giant.

NEWS SOURCE:engadget.com

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