Tesla started testing its controversial full self driving software, with the selected group of customers, the company CEO “Elon Musk” said he is aiming for a wider release, by the end of September. The CEO, said that the Company would begin rolling out FSD version 10, To customers early access program.
The software then needs another few weeks for tuning Bug Fixes that may take almost four weeks. A public beta button is available for most Tesla customers, which is then expected to take, the form of download button for people those who can purchase FSD package.
Taken With Giant Grain Of Salt:
This should be all taken with the giant grain of salt. The company CEO promises a wider release of beta software for those customers, who purchased FSD package. It costs $10,000 for now. The date is not yet confirmed, however, it is possible that Tesla will blow past this deadline and CEO will gave the new date to get customers excited.
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In the year 2018 the CEO said that long awaited version of FSD would begin, rolling out in August that year which did not happen. In 2019, he did it again, saying that it’s the year there would be over a million cars with self-software and everything, but this did not happen.
It Makes Difficult For Drivers To Stay Vigilant On Road:
Tesla is working on it and they are more willing than their competitors, to test the beta version of its ‘autopilot’ driver assist feature, on its customers in the interest of gathering the information and working any bugs in the system. This helps contribute to Tesla public reputation, as the leader in the autonomous driving. But its vehicles continuously falling short of what most experts would agree defines a self-driving car.