Tesla update includes autonomous driving

Tesla has unveiled one of the largest Full Self Driving software updates. The Verge notes

that the company is distributing FSD 9 betaamong users of the early access program. The researchers note that it will not make the car fully autonomous, but it will allow Autopilot's many features to assist the driver - for example, when changing lanes and cornering.

Drivers will also receive an updated visualization,which will help to see the "augmented surrounding information", it will allow you to find out more information about the space around. The update also mentions a recently activated feature that uses a camera in the cabin to make sure the driver is watching the road when the autopilot is on. Despite the updates, Elon Musk urged beta test participants "to be paranoid" and asked them to be ready to get behind the wheel.

As noted by The Verge, this version of the updatehas been preparing for a long time. Tesla first promised to activate FSD functions in August 2018, and Elon Musk promised that more than a million will drive on their own in 2020. However, even the beta version released in October 2020 did not provide drivers with full autonomy.

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