Tesla shows off its crazy Model X gaming rig in new video

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Tesla has shown off its crazy gaming rig available in both the Model S and Model X in a new promo that offers a look at the impressive entertainment experience the vehicles can offer.

In the video, a Model X is seen running Crysis, a first-person shooter game that was first released in 2007. However, the highlight of the video is certainly not the game.

Instead, it is the one-of-a-kind experience that Tesla offers in the car that truly is the focus of the video.

Tesla is offering something that is truly unique, and the automaker has been for several years. In 2021, it was discovered in a leak that Tesla would equip the AMD Ryzen System-on-Chip and Navi 23 GPU, which made it the first vehicle of its kind to offer an immersive infotainment system capable of this type of performance.

Later that year, the Model S and Model X would be unveiled, with Tesla specifically flexing its high-performance vehicles that were equipped with a truly unique interior experience.

For comparison, the same ten teraflops of processing power that is available with the Model S and Model X is similar to the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, which are Microsoft and Sony’s most recent releases in terms of gaming consoles. Tesla flexed its in-car gaming system with titles like The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077.

The promo video shows one of the more intense setups in terms of commitment to the true gaming experience Teslas can now offer.

While most would consider playing the games available to them with a gaming controller, and there are plenty out there to choose from, this specific example shown in the promo video shows one of the more committed experiences out there.

Of course, if it is capable of running it and you have the room, why not bring your gaming controller and keyboard to your car and get some rounds in while charging or taking a break from driving?

In the video, the keyboard and mouse utilized are from the brand Razer, which is one of the premier gaming companies on the market.

The Model S and Model X are obviously primed for a superior gaming experience, and they could be the most ideal vehicle choice for the sustainable gamer out there, considering their futuristic feel and industry-leading infotainment system.

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Joey Klender: Joey has been a journalist covering electric mobility at TESLARATI since August 2019. In his time at TESLARATI, Joey has broken several big stories, including the first images of the Tesla Model S Plaid, the imminent release of the 4680 Model Y through EPA certification, and several expansions to the Lucid AMP-1 factory in Arizona, to name a few. His stories have been featured in several publications, including Yahoo! Finance, Fox News, CNET, and Seeking Alpha. In his spare time, Joey is playing golf, watching MMA, or cheering on any of his favorite sports teams, including the Baltimore Ravens and Orioles, Miami Heat, Washington Capitals, and Penn State Nittany Lions. You can get in touch with joey at joey@teslarati.com. He is also on Twitter @KlenderJoey.
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