Tesla Model 3 & Y Instrument Cluster Panel Displayer

Tesla Model 3 & Y Instrument Cluster Panel Displayer

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$1,134.98
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Features:

  • Tesla Instrument Panel Displayer is specially engineered for Tesla Model 3 Model Y owner. It shows Speed Per Hour, Battery Power, Speed limit on current road and so on...
  • Display Synchronously With The Original Central Control Screen: When driving, just look straight ahead at the display screen, instead of glancing at the central control screen. Get a more focused driving experience.
  • Artistic Display Screen: night and day mode is automatically switched; When you are driving safely, you can manually switch between various styles of interfaces. It's full of sporty and technology.
  • Installation Position: Mounted on the front of the steering wheel for a better view.

Features:

  • Tesla Instrument Panel Displayer is specially engineered for Tesla Model 3 Model Y owner. It shows Speed Per Hour, Battery Power, Speed limit on current road and so on...
  • Display Synchronously With The Original Central Control Screen: When driving, just look straight ahead at the display screen, instead of glancing at the central control screen. Get a more focused driving experience.
  • Artistic Display Screen: night and day mode is automatically switched; When you are driving safely, you can manually switch between various styles of interfaces. It's full of sporty and technology.
  • Installation Position: Mounted on the front of the steering wheel for a better view.

Customer Reviews

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Bagwell
Looks Stock!

A great addition to your model 3 or Y. It looks like it came with the car. I like that the auto pilot warnings are right in front of my and that I don’t have to take my eyes off the road.

The install was fairly simple. Just a bit time consuming. As another reviewer pointed out, the plug under the footwell was the hardest part. Make sure you have a pry tool and if you don’t feel comfortable, have it professionally installed.

The only thing I wish it had was a setting to turn off the white light. It would also be cool to see tire pressure, media, navigation, and energy usage on either screen. The manufacturer said they are looking to implement these features in a future software update!

Overall, a fantastic addition to an already amazing car that doesn’t look “cheap”.

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A.
MUCH better for driver feedback and SAFETY, Model 3/Y

I owned a Tesla Model 3 for 2.5 years putting over 30,000 miles on that car, after previously owning first a 2013 Model S85 and then a 2015 Model S P85D (with Ludicrous upgrade). I found the lack of a direct "line of sight" driver's display a regular frustration with the Model 3 and then the followup Model Y. Finding this "Driver's Display" aftermarket unit held the promise of resolving my ONE NIGGLE with the interior design of the Model3/Y, so I ordered this with some concern about the installation "challenge." There are a COUPLE of different do-it-yourself videos for this install and after watching both, I had the confidence to take on this challenge myself.

Sadly, I had a bit of a STUPID start on the install, as I did one of my hardest running workouts in the last year that very MORNING and then started on the disassembly and install. BAD MOVE on my part. Taking the dash apart for the install was easy-peezy and I got to the point of reconnecting the power connection to the car's computer, working upside down under the dash, and....after the strain of my workout AND the absolute CHALLENGE to get that plug back into the car's computer module, ....I had to give up for that day. I had bruised both hands trying to manipulate the plug back into the very hard to see socket.

I quit for that day, and left my new Model Y all dash apart sitting in my garage for the night. The NEXT DAY I carefully planned a very easy morning workout, had a light lunch after, and then went back to getting that final power plug reconnected.....I was able to get that CHALLENGE MET in about 20 minutes ON A FRESH BODY. Within the next 30 minutes I had all the dash pieces back together and the whole system up and running!!!

The INSTALL is, as I note, a CHALLENGE, as the new power plug could be MUCH BETTER designed to make the reconnection less difficult, but it can be done by anyone with reasonable patience and a relatively fresh body. Small hands and an LED headlamp help a lot as well. But this is a "job" that could be done in about 90 minutes from start to finish when everything goes right the first/second/or even fifth time trying to get that power plug back into the remote socket it came out of.

I find this display better and more quickly informative for speed AND the "nagging" display for moving something on the steering wheel when on AutoPilot/AutoSteer is MUCH quicker to notice on the whole left display here than the harder to scan text on the large Tesla panel. IMHO, if off-line-of-sight displays were so IDEAL, high performance planes and race cars would have them. HIGH PERFORMANCE control systems use HUD displays and anything significantly deviant from LINE OF SIGHT is a safety risk in several potential ways....

Watch the install videos at LEAST a couple of times, have a widely available set of nylon upholstery install tools (Amazon for under $5) and you too will have a most impressive driver's information display for YOUR TESLA too!

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Lance
Great Product

installation wasn't too bad. I removed the glove compartment to make getting at the connector on the computer module easier.
What nobody has mentioned is that there is a settings menu (see my photos). Hold the right thumbwheel down and the voice command prompt will happen (ignore it). The menu comes up on the right display. Scroll with the wheel, push the thumbwheel button to choose to change, scroll to each setting and push thumbwheel to select. Scroll through the bottom of the first menu ti get to the second menu.
To set Km to miles or vice-versa, go to display menu on main screen. It will already show the correct setting so toggle it and the heads up display will change.

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Javier Q.
Easy to install and looks good

Looks really good and honestly not that hard to install, a little tedious but well worth it

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Maria
Speedometer and car info

This was an easy installation. Removing the computer plug is probably the hardest part of the whole installation. I like how it is mounted and looks as if it came with the car. Touch screen capability would have been helpful but this display does the job and being able to see the gear selection in big letters is a plus. Also, this shows both battery percentage and remaining miles on the same screen.