Tesla is launching the long-delayed Full Self Driving 9 beta
Tesla has long introduced one of the biggest updates to the Full Self Driving program. The Verge reports Tesla ki roll over FSD beta version 9 for users of Early Access Program, and this is a big update. Although the island, which has been around for a long time, is not fully autonomous allows A large number of Autopilot drivers help on the side of the road (like lane change and turning) when making many adjustments. You’ll also see updated visuals that offer “additional information around you” and better visualize what the car sees in a different way.
The update refers to a recently activated feature that uses the cabin camera at the same time make sure you pay attention While the autopilot is engaged. Regardless of the improvements, Musk urged beta testers to “please be paranoid” and be ready to take the helm of power as soon as possible.
Version 9 has been around for a long time The Verge noted. Tesla initially promised to start activating FSD features August 2018and Elon Musk have promised to have “more than a million” cars by 2020. small beta since October of that year, you haven’t come close to keeping your hands behind the wheel. This latest release shows that there is some progress, although it is unlikely that a true autonomous driver will be ready in the near future.
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