Updated for version 2023.32.1
Note: MCU 1 (cars previous to March 2018 without an infotainment upgrade) are not supported, as the built-in browser is out of date and too slow.
|Raspberry Pi 4||Main device for running Android. 4GB of RAM recommended|
|Heatsink for Raspberry Pi 4||Argon Fan, ICE Tower CPU Cooling Fan or a PWM solution from Waveshare|
|Micro SD Card||64GB or larger|
|Ethernet cable||You can supply internet to your Tesla Android rig from another router|
|Open housing for Raspberry Pi 4||Makes cable management easy, allows all the hardware to fit into the center console|
|CarlinKit CPC200-Autokit, CPC200-CCPA||If you intend to use CarPlay|
|Huawei E3372(global, avoid the -325 “Brovi” variant), ZTE MF833, Alcatel IK41VE1(Europe), Alcatel IK41UC(North America)||Optional LTE modem, can be replaced with a different model that works on Raspbian out of the box. The modem is required if you plan on using Premium Connectivity features like online routing alongside Tesla Android.|
Looking for a plug and play solution?
Not everyone wants to build their own Tesla Android rig and deal with a cable spaghetti in their center console.
We offer a hardware bundle based on the Compute Module 4 that combines all the components in a sleek enclosure. It also contains an external Wi-Fi antenna and PCI-E expansion.
Our bundles are preloaded with the latest version of Tesla Android, ready to install in your car right after delivery.