The YouTube channel AI Addict launched a test of the FSD Beta 10.6 version launched by Tesla, and the results revealed that this version still has serious malfunctions. It is reported that during the 20-minute test drive, the test vehicle had many minor problems, including the Tesla map being delayed, the vehicle drove into the public transportation lane and almost hit a pedestrian.
In addition, when passing by UPS express vehicles parked side by side, the driver encountered a malfunction when he wanted to regain control of the Tesla car. In the last test case, Tesla issued a loud siren to the driver to remind him to take control of the vehicle. However, the driver can be heard saying in the video: “When I tried to take over the vehicle, the vehicle showed a state of hesitation.
If the vehicle needs to brake, it should react very neatly. In this case, Tesla’s performance is similar to adaptive cruise control. Just last month, Tesla initiated two recalls within a week. The first is related to the possible loosening of the steering wheel fasteners of nearly 3000 Model 3 and Model Y vehicles. The second recall is related to the online update of FSD Beta 10.3.
As one commenter commented at the bottom of this FSD Beta 10.6 test video, the only way for FSD to get better is to test it in real-world scenarios. AI Addict released an updated video about Beta 10.6.1 on December 11th. The blogger drove a Tesla to the Stanford emergency room to see how FSD performed.
As the YouTube blogger pointed out, this is not a stress test of FSD in the downtown environment of San Jose. The whole process is a very simple and straightforward trip, but this does not mean that Tesla cars can become ambulances.