radar

New Tesla High-Definition Radar Added to Parts Catalog for Model S/X

Tesla could be preparing to add a new high-definition radar to vehicles, as seen by @GreenTheOnly on the automaker’s parts catalog. Green also confirmed the piece of hardware with an application to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that matches the Tesla EPC catalog. Many in the thread wondered why Tesla would switch back to radar […]

Tesla Registers High Resolution Radar Unit with FCC, Reveals Filing

Tesla has registered a new high-resolution radar unit with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the U.S. (via @SawyerMerritt). NEWS: Tesla has registered a new high resolution radar unit with the FCC, which would allow them to use it in vehicles sold in the US. Source: @iamkellex, @greentheonly Filing: https://t.co/yhCcqnR3H0 pic.twitter.com/TDbZ2hik8p — Sawyer Merritt 📈🚀 (@SawyerMerritt) […]

Tesla Launches Camera-Based Autopilot for Model S/X, as Radar Dropped

A recent update to Tesla’s ‘Transitioning to Tesla Vision’ Support page confirms that all Model S and Model X electric vehicles (EVs) built for the North American market as of mid-February 2022 will not be equipped with radar and will instead transition entirely to the automaker’s camera-based Vision Autopilot system. “As of mid-February 2022, all […]

Tesla Autopilot Box Test: Pure Vision Model Y vs. Model X with Radar

Following the recent replacement of radar on Teslas to Pure Vision cameras, and reports of Tesla using the in-cabin camera to monitor driver attention, one Tesla fan has released some of the first videos driving a radarless Tesla. Popular Tesla hacker @greentheonly got Kevin Smith (@spleck) to test his radarless Model Y on Sunday, and […]

Tesla Said to Be Using New 4D Radar Technology from Arbe Robotics

Tesla hacker @greentheonly is back with more tidbits about the electric vehicle maker’s plan, and this time it involves 4D radar. “On the more surprising front: the sensor types were extended. First, there’s new ultrasonics type Tesla – so they apparently go in-house with the new ones trying to address shortcomings of the existing ones? […]