Tesla Cameras to Show Bird’s Eye View Soon Confirms Elon Musk
Tesla cameras will soon get a highly-requested feature: bird’s eye view. This is according to CEO Elon Musk on Friday evening.
Responding to a customer’s request for bird’s eye view, Musk replied, “Vector-space bird’s eye view coming with [Full Self-Driving].”
Vector-space bird’s eye view coming with FSD
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 3, 2020
Bird’s eye view with cameras are also known as 360-degree views, showing all angles of your car as seen from above, helpful during parking in tight spaces. It’s a feature that’s available widely from traditional automakers but not available on a Tesla. That’s about to change, thanks to Tesla’s software update advantage.
When will bird’s eye view come? All Musk said was with the Autopilot Full Self-Driving add-on, a package that costs $8,000 USD.
Just to know that this feature will arrive in an over-the-air software update is good enough for some, but as to when that day will come, we’ll have to just keep waiting.