Those who drive a Tesla are well aware that all information, whether relating to driving or on-board entertainment, passes through the large central monitor. In front of the steering wheel there is no dashboard, nor even a monitor to display what is typically speed and regeneration information.
Sometimes it takes getting used to, also because handling, in terms of ergonomics, may not be too comfortable, given that for each adjustment you have to look away from the center of the dashboard. But for those who don't want to get used to it, without necessarily having to do without driving a Tesla, aftermarket solutions have been created with interesting implications.
Among the various solutions for Tesla Model 3 or for Tesla Model Y, two impressed us positively: the first is a kit made by Topfit, which can also be purchased on Amazon at the price of 550 euros. In simple terms, it is a highly customizable double porthole, capable of integrating various information including delivery and regeneration in quantitative terms, speed, battery status.
Since this is an unofficial aftermarket product, with an attached connection via a plug (even if there is no confirmation on the typology), the possible guarantee of the parent company should in any case be evaluated.
A Tesla-style tablet
The second proposal concerns the one made by Hansshow concerning a tablet, with a price of over 600 euros. A choice that, from a purely aesthetic point of view, is closest to what the Tesla style is. The tablet screen, also in this case, manages to provide practically all the information, like a mirroring, especially as several users have confirmed that, even after an official software update, the products have continued to work perfectly.