Tesla has just delivered one of the largest updates to its full automatic driving software in a long time. The point of view of the reports that Tesla is expelling users of early access programs to version 9 of FSD Beta. And it is a considerable update. It is not full of autonomy, despite the long-standing name, but it allows numerous automatic pilot controllers to attend off the highway (such as lane changes and turns) while many corrections are delivered. You will also see renewed visualizations that offer “additional surrounding information” and, otherwise, it will give a better sense than the car sees.
The Reference Update simultaneously a recently activated feature that uses the cabin camera to ensure that it is paying attention while activating the autopilot. Regardless of the improvements, Musk urged beta assessors “please be paranoid” and are ready to take the wheel at any time.
Version 9 has passed a long time upon arrival, as the edge pointed. Tesla promised to start activating FSD features in August 2018, and Elon Musk promised to have “more than a million” cars driving in 2020. Clearly, it did not come out, even a small October beta of that year does not come close to Let you keep your hands off the wheel. This last version suggests that there is some progress, even if it is unlikely that true autonomous driving is ready in the near future.