@Elon Musk confirmed on early Monday morning Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta 10.2 was beginning to roll out to drivers with 100/100 safety scores, following a last-minute delay of the new software’s release. Tesla’s 2021.32.25 software update brings FSD beta 10.2 to more beta testers, after delays.
FSD beta 10.2 will roll out to around 1,000 users per day, starting with those with perfect scores, before descending to those with 99/100, then 98/100, and so on, according to earlier statements from Musk.
Beta 10.2 now rolling out to cars with 100/100 safety score over 100 miles
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 11, 2021
Along with Musk’s confirmation of the news of FSD beta 10.2 rolling out to users with perfect safety scores, @Tesla_Raj also shared shots of the software’s release notes on Monday.
The FSD beta 10.2 release notes include information about the software itself, as well as breaking down new updates to driving visualizations and the addition of a driver monitoring cabin camera – which is set to help keep drivers engaged and alert.
The top release note for Tesla’s FSD beta 10.2 also includes a message detailing what the software is, and reminding users to “always keep [their] hands on the wheel and pay extra attention to the road.”
In addition, the note adds that users should only use the software “if you will pay constant attention to the road, and be prepared to act immediately, especially around blind corners, crossing intersections, and in narrow driving situations.”
Did you get FSD beta 10.2 on Monday?
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