Add a rear screen to your Tesla Model 3 or Model Y [Deal – save 25%]

Tesla added a new rear screen to their flagship Model S and Model X vehicles with the launch of the refresh design last year. Now owners of the Model 3 and Model y can also have a rear screen with this aftermarket addition from Hansshow.

The Tesla Model 3/Y rear screen is available now for $746USD, but for a limited time you can save 25% by using the coupon code DRIVETESLA at checkout, bringing the price down to just $559.50 USD (~$763 CAD). This price includes free worldwide shipping.

Click here to buy yours now.

The DRIVETESLA coupon code also works on all their other products like the CCS adapter, yoke steering wheels, carbon fiber accessories, illuminated door sills and much more. You can browse their entire store here. For audio upgrades like their Model 3 speaker activation kit, use the discount code DTCSPEAKER.

Tesla Model 3/Y Rear Screen

The Tesla Model 3/Y rear screen by Hansshow seamlessly integrates with the vehicle’s built-in climate control system, allowing you to adjust airflow and temperature for the rear vent, as well as controls for the rear heated seats.

The 8 inch LCD display (1280×720 pixels) is powered by Android 11 (Red Velvet Cake), and is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay enabling your passengers in the rear seat to enjoy their favorite apps and streaming services on the go, as well as play video games.

Sound can be played over the car’s speakers, using the screen’s built-in speaker, or through your Bluetooth wireless headphones.

Hansshow says installation is plug and play and requires no splicing of wires or drilling of holes. The company does provide a PDF installation manual, but if you live in the US you can also call (949) 358-4793 for installation services.

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