Tesla FSD Beta 10.12.2 Rolling Out to 100,000 New Cars with Safety Scores
Tesla has started rolling out its Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta 10.12.2 to more vehicles, specifically 100,000, according to CEO Elon Musk on Saturday.
In a follow-up tweet to his note about improving Tesla Service, Musk said, “also, FSD Beta 10.12.2 now expanding to 100k cars.”
— James Locke (@arctechinc) June 4, 2022
When it comes to the next FSD beta 10.13, Musk said major improvements are coming. “10.13 smooths out intersection control, especially long lefts, and starts to handle roads with no map data at all,” said Musk.
“Last point is a big deal. Within a few months, FSD should be able to drive to a GPS point with zero map data,” said Musk. This means a Tesla with FSD will be able to drive from one destination to another, relying only on cameras and no map data.
— Dan Burkland (@DBurkland) June 4, 2022
Many owners with new Safety Scores started to share on Twitter that they had indeed gained access to FSD 10.12.2, as promised by Musk.
Yes, car will navigate to a pin location, even if in a complex surface parking lot or hotel entrance.
When in covered or underground parking lots, car will have to navigate using only inertial measurement, wheel movement & vision, as GPS signal is no longer available.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 4, 2022
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