Tesla CEO Elon Musk has provided an update on the next release of Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta, with 10.12 expected on Sunday in limited release.
“Team is working the weekend to get 10.12 in limited release tomorrow,” said Musk on Saturday.
“Then we evaluate, do a point update, and broaden the release. 10.12.2 is probably where we can expand to a safety score of 95+,” said Musk, referring to the expansion of the beta to those with Safety Scores of 95 or higher.
Team is working the weekend to get 10.12 in limited release tomorrow. Then we evaluate, do a point update, and broaden the release. 10.12.2 is probably where we can expand to a safety score of 95+.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 14, 2022
Currently, those that paid for FSD need to earn a Safety Score of 100, 99 and 98 to get access to the beta software’s download. This is part of Tesla’s safe rollout of the test software.
Earlier this week, Musk said FSD beta would “probably” release this weekend and now it looks like 10.12 will be available to a small number of testers.
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