Tesla FSD Beta Highlights: The V10 update is both good and bad
FSD Beta is the most advanced driver assistance system Tesla has developed so far. It enables Autopilot to drive on pretty much any road autonomously and follow rules of the road. However, it doesn’t make the car fully autonomous because Autopilot still makes mistakes and the driver is fully responsible for the car and needs to pay attention at all times.
Tesla released FSD Beta last year to a small group of testers who are allowed to record their test drives and share them publicly. I watch most of the videos these early testers share and it’s great to see how much the software improved over the last year, as I’ve tried to demonstrate in my earlier video on this topic.
Today, you can watch the third episode of our new series which highlights interesting moments captured by FSD Beta testers. In this installment, we look at the V10 software update which was hyped by Elon Musk as “mind-blowing”. And while it’s true it improved in some areas and fixed several long standing issues, it’s also been making pretty dangerous mistakes, even in places it used to do fine in earlier versions. For example, it ran a stop sign, ignored a red light and didn’t detect a pretty prominent curb.
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