Tesla Rolling Out ‘Pure Vision’ Autopilot; FSD Beta V9 and Subscriptions in a Week



Tesla CEO Elon Musk has announced the company is now rolling out its camera-based Pure Vision Autopilot in North America.

The announcement confirms the company’s earlier FAQ on Pure Vision Autopilot, which now is based on cameras and not radar.

“Pure vision Autopilot is now rolling out in North America,” said Musk on Tuesday evening.

“There will be an update of this production release in 2 weeks, then FSD beta V9.0 (also pure vision) a week later. FSD subscription will be enabled around the same time,” added Musk.

Musk notes Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta V9.0 will also be Pure Vision, while the highly anticipated FSD subscription will debut “around the same time.”

The Tesla CEO has long promised FSD Beta V9.0 and FSD subscriptions–let’s hope they actually stick to the timeline this time around. Canada is slated to see FSD beta expansion next, as the latter currently is limited to the United States.

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