2022.24.5 Tesla Update Rolling Out
Tesla has started rolling out its 2022.24.5 software update, as detected on a Tesla Model Y Performance, using third-party companion software @TeslaFi.
Software version 2022.24.5 was just detected on a Tesla Model Y Performance in Norway on https://t.co/uh4cmhSoAQ. Follow the release at https://t.co/uDCrLGQ1o4
— TeslaFi (@teslafi) August 21, 2022
Vehicles that are receiving 2022.24.5 were previously on 2022.20.8, so this suggests a further rollout of 2022.24 is coming soon. The major feature of 2022.24 is the ability to change the ‘Blind Spot Camera’ location on your Tesla’s display, plus the expansion of Cloud Driver Profiles to sync features such as mirror, seat and wheel positions, vehicle settings, Autopilot, driving preferences, climate control settings and more.
Expect 2022.24.5 release notes to be shared shortly online. Stay tuned for updates.
Yesterday, Tesla released 2022.16.3.10, which is its build that contains Full Self-Driving beta. Yesterday Tesla released FSD beta 10.69 and on Sunday morning, Elon Musk announced the software feature would be increasing to $15,000 in September.
Update: Here are three undocumented changes in 2022.24.5.
If you’ve received 2022.24.5, feel free to share release notes with us so we can share them with the community. Email us email@example.com or send us a message on Twitter (@RealTeslaNorth).