Tesla announced Wednesday that vehicles now in production and future Model 3 cars will have the hardware for full self-driving capability.
"Tesla's Elon Musk announcing a future road map, noting Tesla car's going forward will use NVDA's Titan GPU away from the MBLY," analyst Vijay Rakesh wrote in a note to clients Thursday.
"This underlines positive trend for NVDA's GPU implementation ... Tesla last night announced move into Level4/5 (L4/L5) capability on its cars further accelerating the ADAS [advanced driver-assist systems] road map for the automotive ecosystem."
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