Tesla: FSD Beta self-driving test now has 16k customers, global release may by year-end

The FSD Beta program enables Tesla vehicles to drive independently to a destination entered in the car’s navigation system, but the driver needs to remain vigilant and ready to take control at all times. Tesla officially announced that the FSD Beta autopilot test version now has 160,000 customers, compared with only 2,000 in 2021. Tesla said it expects to release FSD Beta after AI Day.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the FSD Beta will be available globally by the end of the year, with regulatory approvals required for markets outside North America.

From IT House knew that Tesla has recently released FSD Beta 10.69.2, and Musk hopes that car owners will be cautious when testing, especially around pedestrians. Musk replay to the comment of netizens, Musk talked about when the FSD system will be officially launched. Twitter user @Tesla__Mania asked Musk if his previous statement in Master Plan Part Deux that the FSD system needs more improvement like 10 billion test miles to get world regulatory approval.

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In starting of September month, Tesla officially raised the price of the FSD system from $12,000 to $15,000 without adding any new features.

At last, as per the company, they say now Tesla FSD is not actually a fully automatic driving system, it still requires the driver to be vigilant and needs a driver who can control the vehicle at any time.

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