Elon Musk made new comments about Tesla’s Full Self-Driving effort, saying he believes that only some “smart retail investors” understand the value that Tesla is going to create.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla has confirmed that over 285,000 people bought its Full Self-Driving (FSD) package in North America.
Not 1 million, but more than a lot of people thought.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla defended itself in a lawsuit over its self-driving claims brought by a customer by saying that “mere failure to realize a long-term, aspirational goal is not fraud.”Expand Expanding Close
Tesla is starting the rollout of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) v11 update, which is supposed to be the wider release to everyone who bought FSD in North America.
It is both an exciting and scary step as it is supposed to merge Tesla’s FSD and Autopilot highway stacks.Expand Expanding Close
The language used by Elon Musk about Tesla’s self-driving effort is changing, and it is muddying the timeline for the automaker to deliver on its promise.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla is now facing a class action lawsuit over “allegedly misleading the public regarding its Autopilot, Enhanced Autopilot, and Full Self-Driving Capability (‘FSD’) technology.”Expand Expanding Close
Tesla has officially raised the price of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) package to $15,000, as CEO Elon Musk promised.
Is it worth $15,000?Expand Expanding Close
Tesla’s “Full Self-Driving” software, which currently costs $12k, will get a $3k price hike to $15k on September 5 in North America, coinciding with the wide release of the 10.69.2 Beta update. The early release version has just started rolling out to beta testers, and results are coming in to give us a sense of whether this update is worth the price increase.Expand Expanding Close
Elon Musk announced that Tesla is slowing down the rollout of its next “Full Self-Driving Beta” software update (10.69) due to “many major code changes.”
It is reportedly still coming tomorrow, but only to ~1,000 Tesla FSD Beta drivers.Expand Expanding Close
We tested Tesla Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta in the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina, and it was a scary experience.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla’s Autopilot and Full Self-Driving programs are facing mounting pressure from many fronts as regulators and politicians are getting involved.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla’s new Full Self-Driving Beta (10.13) is about left turn, animal detection, speed limits, and more
Tesla’s new Full Self-Driving Beta update (10.13) is all about left turns, animal detection, speed limits, and much more. Here are the release notes.Expand Expanding Close
Elon Musk says Tesla will have self-driving cars without the need for human drivers this time next year
Elon Musk told reporters in Brazil that Tesla will have self-driving cars without the need for human drivers behind the wheel for supervision (or at all really) around this time next year.
It’s Musk’s latest timeline on Tesla’s full self-driving effort, but he has always been wrong about those in the past.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla wants to share ‘Full Self-Driving’ with other automakers when it has yet to deliver it to people who paid for it
Elon Musk is talking about licensing Tesla’s “Full Self-Driving” software to other automakers, but the company has yet to deliver the feature to Tesla owners who paid for it.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla has officially launched its Full Self-Driving subscription package for $199 per month, or $99 for those who have previously bought the now discontinued Enhanced Autopilot package.Expand Expanding Close
Elon Musk says that Tesla aims to release new version of its Full Self-Driving Beta software with “Autosteer on city streets” next month, and it should come with a wider release to more customers.Expand Expanding Close
Tesla has now officially increased the price of its Full Self-Driving package to $10,000 in the US.
That’s quite a price for a model that most closely resembles a Kickstarter campaign.Expand Expanding Close
Elon Musk said that he is testing Tesla’s latest alpha build of its self-driving system and claims that he can “almost” go from his house to work without intervention.
Tesla lost a case in a German court today over how the company advertises its Autopilot and Full Self-Driving, which the court judged “misleading.”
Andrej Karpathy, Tesla’s head of AI and computer vision, gave an interesting talk to get into how Tesla trains its neural networks for self-driving.
It results in an interesting overview of the concept in about 10 minutes.
Today, Tesla increased the price of its Full Self-Driving package in an attempt to make its cars ‘appreciating assets’, as previously announced by Elon Musk.
Tesla has released new self-driving demo video based on its latest software working on its new Full Self-Driving (FSD) computer.
Today, Tesla updated its language regarding Autopilot and self-driving capability on its website – walking back some previously announced features and further confusing some owners.