Tesla FSD autopilot promises to be finalized by the end of 2020October 27, 2020
Tesla’s autopilot is spoken and written a lot: often this system itself gives car journalists news reasons. This may be another update, or a new glitch that the owners of electric cars complained about. This time we are talking about the positive.
By the end of this year, the autopilot, which Tesla electric cars are equipped with, will be finalized. Let us remind you that not so long ago Euro NCAP specialists tested the smart system, giving it “satisfactory”. Now it became known that the autopilot will acquire an improved version of Full Self-Driving (FSD).
With such an upgrade, the cost of a “green” car will grow from $ 8,000 to $ 10,000. According to the developers, with the help of such a “pumped-over” autopilot it will be possible to get from home to work and back in a completely autonomous mode.
For the first time, a limited number of brand customers will be able to test the new autopilot. They will test new software, which has not yet been completely polished. With the refined autopilot, the driver still has to control the steering wheel.
Those drivers who have already driven the new software say that sometimes the autopilot can behave unpredictably. So it is necessary to secure electronics. So, for example, Tesla with FSD behaves well at traffic lights and intersections, but “speed bumps” go by much faster than required.
While beta testing of the novelty continues, and the developers have time to bring the new autopilot to mind.
Earlier, our portal said that production of the seven-seat Tesla Model Y crossover should begin before the end of the year. The novelty is expected to help the automaker strengthen its position in the electric car segment, where competition is getting fiercer.
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