Tesla is planning to remove a driver monitoring feature from Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta, and it got the attention of regulators.Expand Expanding Close
The little data that is coming out of Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta looks awful, and that’s putting it mildly.
We challenge Elon Musk to prove otherwise by releasing disengagement and driver intervention data.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta is now available to all owners who ordered the Full Self-Driving package in North America. It’s no longer limited to drivers with a high safety score.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla is starting to release a new Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software update that includes many high-level changes that should positively impact performance.Expand Expanding Close
XPeng challenges Tesla FSD with City Navigation Pilot, ‘China’s most advanced’ Advanced Driver Assistance System
Chinese EFV automaker XPeng Motors announced it has launched a pilot program for its City Navigation Pilot (NGP) Advanced Driver Assistance System. With its debut, XPeng claims to be the first Chinese company to deliver such an “high-level” ADAS for complex urban driving, continuing to challenge Tesla’s Full-Self-Driving (FSD) technology overseas.Expand Expanding Close
I went on my first test drive of Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta 10.69.2, the latest big FSD software update, and unfortunately, it was a fail.Expand Expanding Close
A Tesla Full Self-Driving smear campaign started by a California billionaire running for Senate has a new attack ad based on a FSD Beta “test,” where they failed to realize they never engaged FSD Beta during the test.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla is reporting that its fleet of customers driving with the Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta has now surpassed 35 million miles driven, and the pace is ramping up.Expand Expanding Close
Elon Musk, who is known to hype Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software updates with adjectives like “fire” and “mind-blowing,” surprises by actually managing expectations on Tesla’s upcoming v11 FSD Beta software update.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla has started to push a new Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software update with improvements based on over 250,000 training video clips from its fleet.
Based on the release notes, it’s a big update.Expand Expanding Close
Elon Musk boldly says ‘join Tesla’s $12K FSD’ to find out how it is doing when asked to share data about progress
During Tesla’s Q1 2022 earnings call, Elon Musk was asked to share data that show progress with Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta program. Instead of sharing this data, however, the CEO suggested that people wanting to assess the progress of Tesla FSD should just “join the Beta,” which requires buying the controversial $12,000 package.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla has now more than 100,000 people in its Full Self-Driving Beta program – is an accelerated rate of improvement coming?
Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed that the automaker has now more than 100,000 people in its Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta program.
Does it mean that we are going to start seeing an accelerated rate of improvement?Expand Expanding Close
Court orders Tesla to buy back car from customer who felt Autopilot was like ‘a drunk first-time driver’
A court in Germany has ordered Tesla to buy back a Model 3 vehicle from a customer who filed a complaint over how disappointed he was with the Full Self-Driving package – which includes Autopilot features – that he felt it was driving like “a drunk first-time driver”.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla has started releasing a big new Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software update with a lot of improvements.
The automaker might widen access to the beta if this update “performs well,” according to CEO Elon Musk.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla has officially started rolling out its Full Self-Driving Beta in Canada – marking the first official international expansion of the driver-assist system that Tesla taunts as an early version of a true self-driving system.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta runs into a pole in what could be the first FSD accident caught on video
A Tesla vehicle using Full Self-Driving Beta has been caught on video running into a pole in what could be the first accident on the FSD Beta.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla releases new Full Self-Driving Beta software update (10.10) to remove ‘rolling stop,’ address some edge cases and more
Tesla has started to releases a new Full Self-Driving Beta software update (10.10) that includes several changes, including removing ‘rolling stop’, addressing some corner cases, and more.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla is hit by ‘safety recall’ of all Full Self-Driving Beta cars over ‘rolling stop’ feature, will have to roll it back
Tesla has been hit by a safety recall from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on all vehicles in its Full Self-Driving Beta over a feature called “rolling stop” that allows vehicles to drive past stop signs.
The automaker is going to have to roll back the feature in an upcoming software update.Expand Expanding Close
Elon Musk: I would be shocked if Tesla does not achieve Full Self-Driving that is safer than human drivers this year (and 5 years ahead of everyone)
Elon Musk gave an update on his expected timeline for Tesla achieving Full Self-Driving capability, and he now says that he would be “shocked” if Tesla does not achieve “Full Self-Driving safer than human this year.”
We have heard that before.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla increases Full Self-Driving package price to $12,000, but not its monthly subscription service
Tesla has increased the price of its Full Self-Driving Capability (FSD) package to $12,000 as previously announced last week.
Interestingly, it looks like the automaker decided not to increase the price of its FSD monthly subscription service.Expand Expanding Close
Elon Musk claims that Tesla has not had a single crash in its Full Self-Driving Beta program since the start over a year ago, but that’s just as much proof that the testers are being careful as a proof that the system is safe.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla is starting to push a new version (10.9) of its Full Self-Driving Beta software update with some improvements, and Elon Musk announced an expansion of the test program in Canada.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla could be forced to report Full Self-Driving Beta data to DMV after ‘videos showing dangerous use’
Tesla, which has managed to avoid reporting autonomous driving data to the DMV, could be forced to open the books on its Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta to the California DMV after what the latter called “videos showing dangerous use.”Expand Expanding Close
Tesla announced today that it is going to increase the price of its Full Self-Driving package to $12,000 starting on January 17. The price bump should coincide with the release of an important new update.Expand Expanding Close