Tesla starting to roll out a new update to its Autopilot in the United States.
Across the Atlantic, Tesla is currently in the process of testing the next update for the Autopilot. This update would have had to reach the end of 2019, and at that time Tesla was talking about the new features of autonomous control in urban areas.
On Twitter, the account of Out-of-Spec Motoring , we present a first preview of this update, and we can clearly see that the Autopilot operates only in the city including an option that allows the vehicle to detect traffic lights, stopping automatically when the headset is red. A great way to follow the rules of the road.
— Out of Spec Motoring (@Out_of_Spec) March 26, 2020
On the dashboard, the driver will also receive a notification indicating the reason for which the vehicle is stopped. This feature can also be disabled or enabled as desired by the driver.
Elon Musk was assured that the Full option, Self-Driving (Driving fully autonomous) would see the light of day. Now this is the case for some Tesla owners, who obviously have purchased this option at the time of the order. For information, the Conduct a fully autonomous Tesla costs 6300 euros, and more than 8000 euros if you want to install it later.
For the moment, only the United States are affected by this novelty, you will still have to wait many months for that other markets are concerned. Su Twitter, Elon Musk says : “I hope that traffic lights and stops will be set up for output on a large scale in the United States in a few weeks and probably a global release in the third quarter (as of variations in every country !). It is very important to ensure that all goes well.”
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