Driver Centric Center Display

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sduck

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There's a video on youtube about this - get underneath the screen, remove a panel, loosen two bolts, it'll move a little and you can rotate it slightly towards the driver. Not as much as in that (presumably) photoshopped picture though.
 

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There's a video on youtube about this - get underneath the screen, remove a panel, loosen two bolts, it'll move a little and you can rotate it slightly towards the driver. Not as much as in that (presumably) photoshopped picture though.

i have no doubt its not photoshopped. given his 3d expertise you could definitely print some parts to enable you to do this - would be my guess.
 

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Pop open the bottom panel of the screen. There are two 10mm hex screw. Remove those and pull the screen out and up at ~30 degree from horizontal.

I am experimenting with a few prototype mounts. The one pictured is at 15 degree rotation. The next one, if I find time tomorrow, will be 10 degree. Will report on the results and post more pictures then.

CJ
 

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Wouldn’t put it past Tesla to void any computer warranties because of this. At least it’s easy enough to undo. ;)
 

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#12
10 degree version from the back seat:

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From the driver headrest:

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From the front passenger headrest:

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Ergonomically, the 15 degree version is more correct for the driver.
Aesthetically, the 10 degree version is more subtle and less disruptive to the original design.
I do like them both.
 
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