then gradually Expanding access So-called Fully Automated Driving (FSD) Beta for the past few years, Tesla is opening it up to anyone who paid for it, Elon Musk Announced on Twitter“Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta is now available to anyone in North America who requested it from their car screen, assuming they purchased this option,” he said.
FSD is an extension of Tesla’s “Autopilot” driver assistance capabilities, extending the latter with automated features such as automatic steering in urban areas, automatic parking, smart vehicle summons, and traffic light/stop sign recognition. This feature is a paid upgrade for $15,000 after he was raised $3,000 in September.
tesla first promised We plan to launch full self-driving capabilities in 2018, but they are finally appeared To a few “expert and careful drivers” in July 2021. It was released more widely in Version 9.0 beta, but testers were limited to the early access program. In his last FSD release, Tesla dropped the requirements Earn at least 100 autopilot miles and a safety score of 80.
However, Tesla is widely deploying FSD while under scrutiny from regulators. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently expanded A survey of a series of Tesla crashes involving first responders of most models. A separate investigation also looks into his 30+ incidents related to Autopilot.
Musk has promised fully autonomous driving with no one behind the wheel for some time. Just recently, he said that it might arrive by the end of this year, retreated These claims are laid out in Tesla’s latest earnings report. Tesla’s stock has fallen sharply recently following Elon Musk’s $44 billion. buy twitter.
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