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First drive of a release candidate version of Model 3

Az_Rael

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I think you are right

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Sounds like no HUD if you look at his twitter comments, I guess we shall see but it is not looking like there will be one.

James Locke @arctechinc
@elonmusk so does this mean no heads up display in Model 3? How will Tesla handle speedometer and Instrument Cluster information?


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@arctechinc The more autonomous a car is, the less dash info you need. How often do you look at the instrument panel when being driven in a taxi?
 

jsrawa

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Sounds like no HUD if you look at his twitter comments, I guess we shall see but it is not looking like there will be one.

James Locke @arctechinc
@elonmusk so does this mean no heads up display in Model 3? How will Tesla handle speedometer and Instrument Cluster information?


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@arctechinc The more autonomous a car is, the less dash info you need. How often do you look at the instrument panel when being driven in a taxi?

I interprete this as no HUD too. He also reiterated only one display in another tweet. I understand the logic about autonomy and lack of need for a but I think the average consumer will need to see what their car is doing to protect them especially in the early days of autonomy.
 

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