Tesla provided the FSD Beta 10.12.2 beta software to testers yesterday. In a recent tweet, CEO Elon Musk said the update has been distributed to about 100,000 car owners. Pushed and revealed some information about the 10.13 version.
It is reported that the FSD 10.12.2 version is significantly smoother overall than the old version, with significantly less sawtooth on the steering wheel when making long turns, which means a smoother and easier ride for occupants.
The decision-making framework has also been improved in this release, improving the way the vehicle squirms forward to gain visibility, better-predicting lanes, seeing pedestrians more accurately, and bicycles and motorcycles better, Tesla said. to determine whether the car is parked.
And a more important improvement is at hand, which is version 10.13, which Musk said will be the first version to support driving on roads without map data. The vehicle will rely entirely on its vision-based self-driving component to navigate roads that lack map information.
That’s a pretty big deal for FSD, Musk said, adding that the release is still months away. Additionally, version 10.13 will also make long left-hand turns better than the current FSD version. Tesla also plans to expand FSD to Europe this summer and gain a sizable group of car owners.
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