Tesla To Release ‘Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta’ Next Tuesday: Elon Musk

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Tesla will release a Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta version for some drivers next week, says its CEO Elon Musk. While replying to an article by a publisher recently, Elon tweeted that FSD is releasing next Tuesday, as promised. Last month, on Battery Day, Elon Musk announced that Tesla would release FSD Beta in about a month.

According to the recent tweet of Elon, it seems that Tesla is following its schedule. Though Tesla is not famous for its punctuality and these kinds of tweets come and go, this time we think it’s really happening.

However, Elon said the beta version will be limited to a few people who are expert and careful drivers.

According to the sources, back in August Elon referred to FSD improvement as a Quantum leap. He said, “It’s just like a hell of a step change, but because we had to rewrite everything — labeling software, just the entire code base — it took us quite a while. … I call it like 4D in the sense that it’s three dimensions plus time. It’s just taken us a while to rewrite everything. And, so, you’ll see what it’s like. It’s amazing. Yeah. It’s just clearly going to work.”

Thoughts On Tesla FSD Beta

Earlier this year, Tesla introduced an FSD subscription that enables features like stopping at red-lights. Though it was a Full Self Driving subscription, there weren’t enough features that could make any big difference. More or less it was the same as the normal Tesla’s Autopilot with minor modifications.

However, as per the above-mentioned statements of Elon, we are quite excited to see what Tesla has in store for its fans. Furthermore, we are not sure how much time it will take for this new version of FSD to be available for conventional users.

What are your thoughts on this rewritten version of Tesla Autopilot? Do share your views in the comments section below.

Shaheer Anwar

Shaheer Anwar

Shaheer Anwar is an automotive enthusiast and writes about the latest trends happening in the industry. He covers topics related to electric and hybrid vehicles.

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