Tesla Model S Plaid Center Touchscreen Tilts, But ‘System Does it Automatically’

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Tesla’s Model S Plaid has a 17-inch touchscreen as its main center display, to complement the 12.3-inch driver’s display and the 8-inch second-row display.

The company’s website at one point noted the center 17-inch display tilted left and right, but the text was later removed, resulting in some speculating the screen did not tilt.

But tonight, according to @dealer_of_happy, whose brother was at the Tesla event in Fremont, California, it was said that the display does tilt, but a Tesla employee said the “system does it automatically”.

The Tesla employee was unable to show or demonstrate how the display tilts, but we appear to have some confirmation the screen with 2200×1300 resolution does indeed move.

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