Tesla 2022.45.11 Update Brings FSD Beta 11.3.2 to More Testers
Tesla has released software update 2022.45.11 and it includes Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta version 11.3.2.
According to @Teslascope, owners on existing software updates 2022.44.30.10 (FSD beta 10.69.25.2) and 2022.45.10 (FSD beta 11.3.1) are receiving this 2022.45.11 update.
FSD beta testers including @brandonee916 are downloading and installing FSD beta v11.3.2 as we speak.
Earlier this week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said a wide release of FSD beta 11.3.1 would take place this weekend. Now, this appears to be happening as more customers are getting access to the latest version of FSD beta with its single stack.
Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) single stack refers to the unified software architecture that Tesla has been developing to handle all aspects of autonomous driving. The single stack approach aims to create a seamless and efficient system that can handle both highway and city driving using the same set of algorithms and neural networks, rather than relying on multiple separate systems to manage different driving scenarios.
The single stack architecture is designed to optimize the performance of Tesla’s FSD system by allowing it to learn and adapt more quickly to various driving conditions. By consolidating the various components of the autonomous driving system, Tesla’s single stack approach simplifies the software development process and reduces the complexity of managing multiple subsystems.
Partial FSD beta 11.3.2 release notes are shown below by K10:
“allowing higher acceleration during the alignment phase” @elonmusk
Assertive offense ✔️ pic.twitter.com/sJXDQlRQTq
— K10✨ (@Kristennetten) March 19, 2023
Some of the first drives with FSD beta 11.3.1 have been impressive, including recent tests on Chuck Cook’s infamous unprotected left turn in Florida, which you can check out below: