Tesla CEO Elon Musk confirmed that its fully automated driving FSD Beta feature will be released in January this year update.
According to user feedback, when they turn on the assisted driving system will frequently appear steering wheel tips, which is very annoying. And Musk replied that Tesla will make adjustments in an update planned for this month.
One user thought that replacing the “nagging” with Tesla Vision would be a good solution. According to the report, Tesla Vision uses in-car cameras to check if the driver is staying focused and paying attention to the road at all times when assisted driving is on.
It was also mentioned that users who want to use FSD Beta for more than 10,000 miles can optionally turn off steering wheel alerts, and Musk replied that he agrees with this solution, so the update will be made.
It’s worth noting that not all FSD Beta-compatible vehicles will get the feature update, only those equipped with an in-car camera will get it. Therefore, the older Model S and Model X models may not change much.
The current Tesla website shows that the FSD Beta version is priced at $15,000 and supports all the features of Autopilot, such as recognizing and reacting to traffic lights and stop signs, auto-assisted navigation driving, auto-assisted lane changing, auto-parking, intelligent summoning, etc., but still requires “active driver supervision and does not allow the vehicle to achieve autonomous driving “.