Tesla, at last, extending the FSD Beta for those who wait for high Safety Scores. As per the report, Elon Musk declare the expansion on Twitter and said Tesla would expand the beta to 160,000 testers in the United States and Canada, up from 100,000. Now, Tesla recently state that it was decreasing the conditions for getting FSD to a Safety Score Of 80+. When a driver’s Safety Score goes above 80+ and they’ve driven at least 100 miles on Autopilot, they should receive the latest version of FSD Beta. The latest version of FSD Beta is 10.69.2.2 (2022.20.17).
Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to state the enhancement that the Autopilot and Beta teams have made to the driver-assistance software. As users and future FSD Beta testers chimed in with questions, Teslascope inquired about those in the Safety Score queue with an 80+ receiving Beta.
Additionally, Musk clarified BLCKMDL3’s question as to whether Tesla would automatically push FSD Beta to owners with a sufficient Safety Score with 100+ miles of driving. “Yes,” Musk says.
As users and future FSD Beta testers chimed in with questions, Teslascope inquired about those in the Safety Score queue with an 80+ receiving Beta. Musk responded, “Yes, all US & Canada cars with safety scores above 80 should receive an invitation to download FSD Beta by tomorrow [September 20th].”
In addition, Musk also explains BLCKMDL3’s question as to whether Tesla would automatically push FSD Beta to owners with a sufficient Safety Score with 100+ miles of driving. “Yes, Musk says.
In addition, customers downgrading from 2022.28 to 2022.20 would lose bug fixes, various improvements and features, and safety features that they may have already started getting used to.”
Tesla’s Safety Score was introduced in the fall of 2021 as a way for Tesla to keep a tally of owners’ driving behaviors. Although the Safety Score is far from perfect, it is one metric Tesla uses to decide who they should allow into their beta program. FSD Beta continues to go out to new owners. If you’ve requested access to FSD Beta and haven’t received it yet, keep your Safety Score up and keep driving on Autopilot as safely as possible.
At last, if you receive the update after 20 September, you may have to wait until the next beta, which is expected to be FSD Beta 10.69.3 and should be available shortly after Tesla’s AI Day Part II, which is possible to release on September 30th.
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