Tesla Model X And Model S Want To Challenge Luxury Big Guns With New Rear Screens

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Images of a redesigned screen have surfaced on the internet.

Tesla's Model X and Model S are set to receive a considerable infotainment upgrade if a leaked image (seen below) is anything to go by.

The picture, shared by a Tesla Owners Club Romania member, depicts a thoroughly updated rear screen for the range-topping models. While the screen appears to be the same size, the surface is notably larger than the existing version, thanks to a slimmer bezel.

A more modern finish enhances the second row's aesthetic appeal, with a cleaner, streamlined look complimenting the rest of the interior. Tesla has not announced changes for the 2023 model year, but if a new screen is on the way, we can expect additional improvements.

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We anticipate the American automaker will introduce improved graphics, a higher resolution, and improved usability. We've reached out to Tesla for comment and will update the article once we receive communication from the brand.

If this new screen does debut on later models, there's a chance that Tesla may offer the updated version for existing owners to retrofit. After all, the brand enables consistent OTA software updates, so why not provide customers with improved hardware too?

Tesla owners are rumored to receive a massive infotainment upgrade in the coming weeks, with insiders claiming the automaker is poised to introduce Dolby Atmos and Apple Music to specific vehicles.

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If you simply can't wait for the expected screens to find their way into Tesla models, there's another way you can upgrade your rear infotainment setup. Hansshow offers Model 3 and Model Y owners an aftermarket rear screen that lets occupants control certain vehicle functions, play video games or watch Netflix.

There's plenty of change coming from Tesla in the coming months. The all-new Semi has finally been delivered to customers, while the repeatedly delayed Cybertruck is expected to enter production next year. However, more new models are coming. Tesla designer Franz von Holzhausen recently hinted at the arrival of a new model, and rumors suggest a revamped Model 3 is arriving in late 2023.

With all this in mind, a new rear screen isn't out of the question. We'll just have to wait for Tesla's official confirmation.

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