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Here's NVIDIA's plan to power your next car [Innovation]
posted March 31 2014 4:22.56 by spic0m




NVIDIA is no stranger to car dashboards, with the company's Tegra chips already powering Tesla's Model S infotainment and the system found in the new Audi A3, but the company has even bigger ambitions for Tegra K1. The chip company brought its Automotive team along to GTC 2014 this past week to show off the heavily-customized Jeep its been working on as a showcase for its vision of the future of mobility tech, and we grabbed some time at the helm to see how it works.

Tegra has been quietly powering infotainment systems for some time now; Tesla's EV, for instance, uses a pair of the company's chips for its touch-dominated dashboard. What the demo Jeep shows, however, is what can be achieved if both NVIDIA hardware and software is implemented.

For more details and pictures visit SlashGear.


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