Tesla FSD Beta 11.3.1 Wide Release ‘This Weekend’, Says Elon Musk

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Tesla plans to roll out its Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta version 11 this weekend, according to a statement from @Elon Musk on Wednesday.

The highly-anticipated update combines Tesla’s highway and city-driving Autopilot stacks into a single system, resulting in a unified stack for FSD beta.

Hopefully, Tesla is able to stick to its release schedule as noted by Musk. Currently, the FSD beta rollout has been paused for new users as an NHTSA ‘recall’ resulted in Tesla improving aspects of the system, adding in the fixes within version 11.3.1.

Tesla’s updated FSD beta 11.3.1 started rolling out just last week, while version 11, the update including the “legacy highway stack,” began deploying last year.

While each update tends to roll out to employees first, FSD beta 11 rolling out to a wider user base has garnered significant attention, with many sharing their first experiences with getting on and off highways and city streets without disengaging. So far it appears FSD beta 11.3.1 is doing a great job over its previous version.

The news also comes just a few weeks after Tesla announced that its vehicles with the FSD beta engaged encounter just one collision for every 3.2 million miles driven, compared to the U.S. average of one collision for every 500,000 miles driven.

Additionally, Tesla released its Q4 2022 vehicle safety report, showing that its drivers are safer with Autopilot engaged, recording just one crash for every 4.85 million miles driven.