Tesla FSD Beta 10.4 Hitting Safety Scores of 98 and Up on Nov. 5, Says Elon Musk

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has provided an update on the upcoming releases of Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta.

According to Musk on Wednesday afternoon, he said, “FSD/AI team is doing great work. Will get superhuman good in upcoming releases.”

He then said, “note, we will slow down [the] upload rate of releases going forward. First from QA fleet to employee cars for a day, then slowly releasing at ~1000 cars/hr to external beta on Friday [afternoon].”

Musk also clarified FSD beta 10.4 will expand to those with Safety Scores of 98 and above on “Friday afternoon next week,” which means November 5, 2021.

“If we see any concerns, uploads will pause while we investigate, so might take a few days before everyone with 98 safety gets beta 10.4,” explained Musk. He added FSD beta 10.4 also “improves left turns across fast traffic & stopping for gates.”

Tesla’s FSD beta 10.3 release earlier this weekend came with some problems, resulting in the company pulling the update, however, it was quickly replaced less than 24 hours later, in a sign of the company’s agility and hardworking engineers, no matter what day of the week it is.

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