[techweb] on August 19, according to foreign media reports, the hardware of Tesla electric vehicles has reached HW 3.0. Although the transformation of electric vehicles equipped with HW 2.0 and HW 2.5 hardware has not been completed, the next generation of hardware has been developed. < p > < p > foreign media reported that the chip jointly developed by Broadcom and Tesla for Tesla electric vehicles will be put into production in the fourth quarter of this year, and will be manufactured by TSMC with a mature 7Nm process. It will be mass produced in the fourth quarter of next year and will not be used for Tesla electric vehicles sold to consumers before 2022. < / P > < p > although the related chips will not be mass produced until the fourth quarter of next year, foreign media reported that this means Tesla has begun to develop its next generation of hardware. < p > < p > foreign media reports show that Broadcom and Tesla jointly developed a super large high-performance computer chip for automobiles, which will be used to achieve a variety of functions, from autopilot automatic assisted driving, fully automatic driving to information entertainment.