Tesla Model 3 displays will be provided by LG Display: Report


Last week, Tesla CEO and Co-founder, Elon Musk announced the Model 3 electric sedan and said that it is coming to India and other markets. Now, a new report is stating that LG Displays will provide displays for Tesla’s Model 3 car.

A report from Reuters citing sources said that LG Display will be the sole supplier of information displays for the Model 3 electric sedan. The company will provide 15-plus inch center display for Model 3 which features a large information screen similar to a huge tablet. The information screen is present on the center console.

As per the report, Tesla currently gets display for its Model S and Model X from a different company which is speculated to be TPK holdings. LG Display currently offers displays for TV and mobiles so expanding its offering with Tesla gives the company a new market of automative display.

The Model 3 electric sedan from Tesla will go into production in late 2017 and is expected to cost around $35,000 ( Rs. 23,24,450 approx.) before tax breaks. Elon Musk revealed that more than 1,30,000 people have already booked the car which will have at least 215 miles of range, 0-60 in under six seconds, and every single one will have Supercharging as a standard feature.


Author: Sneha Bokil

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