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Onboard Computer

Discussion in 'Roadster' started by WarpedOne, Oct 4, 2006.

  1. WarpedOne

    WarpedOne Supreme Premier

    Aug 17, 2006
    Slovenia, Europe
    In that artcile on Tesla Roadster we learn some new tidbits about this car.

    For example, the onboard computer has some interesting features like limiting maximum speed or maximum acceleration. You can even limit maximum range.
    An that LCD panel is also touch sensitive. No dials or switches, just tapp it.

    Tesla Roadster actualy looks like a very nice car. Electric drive is just a sidething.
  2. tonybelding

    tonybelding Active Member

    Aug 17, 2006
    Hamilton, Texas
    I thought the "top-of-the-line Bose" stereo sounded like an oxymoron, though. I wonder if that was an error? I thought they were supposed to have Blaupunkt. The Tesla website still says Blaupunkt. (Also the Lotus Elise comes with Blaupunkt. Most Elise owners are not impressed with it, though. I think the word "Blaujunk" has been mentioned.)

    My Esprit V8 has Alpine speakers, they are tinny and harsh. There is no possible place to mount a subwoofer in the car. :'(

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