First Drive: Tesla FSD Beta in Canada; Downtown Toronto Banned For Now [VIDEOS]

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Last night Tesla released Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta in Canada finally, offering the test software for Canadians that paid the $10,600 CAD add-on for Autopilot.

Those with Safety Scores of a perfect 100 (and some with 99) received FSD beta 10.11.1, including Gary (@akidesir), who shared a couple of videos of his first experience with FSD beta last night in Toronto, Ontario. Check out his first drives with FSD beta in Canada on quiet streets at night, below:

Some FSD beta testers soon realized Tesla had geo-restricted downtown Toronto from FSD beta. On Sunday morning, Tesla CEO Elon Musk explained why.

“Toronto streetcars are not yet handled well by FSD,” said Musk, while also adding in the company’s Senior Director of AI was also on a 4-month sabbatical.

Musk also said on Sunday morning FSD beta 10.11.1 is “pretty good.” He added the next version of FSD, 10.12, “will have major improvements for tricky unprotected lefts and heavy traffic in general. We’re also making good progress with single stack,” added Musk.

How are you liking FSD beta in Canada so far?