Tesla is known for future-proofing its vehicles, not only via hardware, but also over-the-air software updates. The Cybertruck mirror design is an example.
Tesla puts plenty of emphasis on safety. Now, with the help of its Dojo supercomputer, reducing traffic fatalities by 90% seems likely, according to Musk.
Tesla released then rolled-back a Full Self-Driving software update on Sunday after problems with the system arose. The partially-automated system periodically gets new capabilities for Tesla owners to test.
The setback comes as Tesla is under regulatory scrutiny over the safety of its semi-autonomous driving technology, which it calls FSD.
Last night, after a bit of a delay, Tesla released their Full Self Driving 10.3 software. That delay was caused by the need to fix aregression issue that caused FSD Beta 10.3 to be actually worse than beta 10.2 when it came to the very important left turn at traffic lights.
Tesla’s ‘full self-driving’ rolls back its privacy protection of trip videos
Tesla’s system does a great job of mimicking human behavior on Berkley test route, but it still makes mistakes.
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This is confirmation that the Tesla beer in a Cybertruck-inspired bottle is really happening and it may not be limited to Germany.
Elon Musks electric-vehicle maker notches a third consecutive record quarterly profit, thanks in part to its ability to navigate persistent global supply-chain disruptions.
According to Germanys Federal Motor Transport Authority, in September, Teslas Model 3 outsold mid-size sedans from Audi, BMW, and Mercedes in Germany.
The Model Y is the Tesla the market has been waiting for, and it delivers, and this review says you must include it on your shortlist.