The brand new Tesla Model S and Model X vehicles’ GPU have been revealed by Tesla and it has a processing power of 10 teraflops, which is just shy of the PS5’s 10.3 teraflops of power.
This was first pointed out by Ryan McCaffrey, who works at IGN and also hosts the Tesla-focused podcast Ride The Lightning. Effectively, this processing power means that you can game on your Tesla at a similar power to what you can on your PS5 at home.
The new Model S and Model X’s also include a 17″ Cinematic Display, which can display at a resolution up to 2200×1300 and can be used to game right from your car, which is a pretty crazy idea when you think about it. Of course, it is worth noting that the price of the Model S coming in at £83,980 and the Model X costing an eye-watering £90,980 for the cheapest models.
Whilst this story doesn’t have much of an effect on the PS5 and Sony it is crazy to think that we are now at a point where gaming in your car can be just as powerful as it is when gaming at home on your PS5.