The much-needed back screen of the Tesla Model S and X will be improved in 2023.

Tesla significantly upgrades the rear displays found on the Model S and Model X for the 2023 model year.

The touchscreen, which made its debut on the Model 3 in 2014, has been replaced with the new display.

Images posted online appear to show Tesla attempting to increase the real screen size on the backs of the Model S and X.

The infotainment screen in the back passenger seat is a welcome addition, even though it is not the only one that will be added to Tesla's Model X and Model S in 2023.

Even the official launch date for Tesla's screen on production vehicles is unknown; possibly it has already happened but has gone unnoticed.

A restricted warranty for the Model X's drivetrain and battery covers them for eight years and 150,000 miles.

An SUV with a range of more than 300 miles may drive far beyond what an SUV with an internal combustion engine or diesel engine could.

But keep in mind that charging its batteries can run you less than a third of what it would to fill the gas tank of a big SUV.

The Tesla has an exceptionally long range, but there are several things you can do to extend it.