2022.16.3.10 Tesla Update: FSD Beta 10.69 Download Hits Employees [u]
Tesla has started rolling out its 2022.16.3.10 software update, which is the highly anticipated Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta 10.69 version,
but so far it’s for internal testers only—employees. A 2020 Model 3 located in Oregon received the update, among others.
So far, FSD beta is now also available for beta testers and not just internal employees, as confirmed by @BLKMDL3 and @WholeMarsBlog:
BETA 10.69 INCOMING!!! Non employee, OG tester. pic.twitter.com/eiTLA6rYio
— Zack (@BLKMDL3) August 21, 2022
— Whole Mars Catalog (@WholeMarsBlog) August 21, 2022
Check out the full FSD beta 10.69 release notes here.
The update was detected by @Teslascope and according to Zach (@BLKMDL3) it’s rolling out to employees first.
We noticed a new Tesla software update 2022.16.3.10 on a Model 3 Performance (2020) in Oregon, United States. View the rollout of this update here: https://t.co/3AvqywloRB
— Teslascope (@teslascope) August 21, 2022
Teslascope says this release is rolling out to vehicles that had previous FSD beta builds, including 10.13 and 10.12.2.
Earlier today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk reiterated FSD beta 10.69 would be released today, a slow rollout for about 1,000 owners as part of a cautious launch.
Back on August 7, Musk teased “this release will be big.” FSD beta 10.69 is said to make big improvements to unprotected left turns, including the complex turn that has seen ongoing testing by Chuck Cook in Florida.
This release will be big
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 7, 2022
Stay tuned for FSD 10.69 release notes, as they will likely make their way to the web shortly.
Update: Looks like this FSD 10.69 release has hit beyond employees, as FSD tester @Hydrophilic55, located in San Francisco (East Bay), California is downloading the update (he says he is not an employee). Also, @BLKMDL3 and @WholeMarsBlog have also received FSD beta 10.69, confirming the rollout has expanded to more than just employees.