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Elon Musk unveils new Tesla model that can run Cyberpunk 2077 at 60 FPS

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Tesla Cyberpunk 2077

Elon Musk presented a new model of Tesla electric car with a powerful onboard computer, which can run Cyberpunk 2077. Model S Plaid presentation was held in California at an electric car factory.

With its recent announcement of equipping an entertainment system as powerful as a full-fledged PlayStation 5, Tesla is making its cars even more premium.Tesla Cyberpunk777

 

It was difficult to see the person playing due to the dim lighting, but the camera zoomed in through the hatchback of the Model S to reveal the screen, which appeared to be running the game.

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A discrete AMD graphics card with RDNA 2 architecture is used by the internal computer. According to the business, the device’s computing capability is comparable to that of a PlayStation 5. The cabin contains two touch screens: a 17-inch front display with a resolution of 2200×1300 that can be used for movies and games, and a 17-inch rear display with a resolution of 2200×1300 that can be used for movies and games. The developers, for example, unveiled Cyberpunk 2077 in the salon, which operates at 60 frames per second.

Elon promised that the Model S Plaid’s new infotainment system could play Cyberpunk when the car was first released. This was even shown live, with Elon claiming that this system could give high framerates in recent games.

About Tesla Model Plaid S

The model, according to the firm, can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than two seconds and reach a max speed of 320 km/h. The Model S Plaid, on the other hand, can travel 630 kilometers without recharging. An electric vehicle costs around $ 130 thousand.

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