Tesla Starts Rolling Out FSD Beta to Public Testers [VIDEO]

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced on Saturday morning that the company has started rolling out Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta version to public testers.

FSD beta brings improvements to the system’s Object Detection network, improved architecture for better accuracy and latency, and a bunch of other advancements. It follows beta version 10.69.3, which started rolling out to Tesla employees in update 2022.36.15 late last month.

As FSD beta rolls out to more cars, we’ll start seeing more and more drive tests on it. Here’s one of the first test drives on the new iteration, courtesy of veteran beta tester Chuck Cook and featuring his popular “unprotected” left turns:

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One of the highlights from Cook’s first drives with version was a complex left turn at an intersection that was masterfully handled by FSD. The longtime beta tester was impressed with how much the system had improved.

Tesla is already working on rolling out FSD beta version 11, which is going to be one of the biggest FSD updates ever and will be “single stack.” This essentially means that version 11 will start using multi-camera video networks for highway and city driving, using the same technology for both.

A wide release of FSD beta 11 in the U.S. and Canada is still several weeks away, though, according to Musk.