The Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta (FSD Beta) v11 represents a huge milestone in the development of autonomous driving technology. It is the first time the company has released a fully-featured version of its FSD Beta software stack, which combines Autopilot highway stacks with FSD Beta on city streets.
The update is designed to enable Tesla vehicles to drive autonomously to a destination entered in the Car‘s navigation system. However, it is still considered a level 2 driver-assist system, which means that the driver must remain vigilant and ready to take control at all times.
Since the launch of the FSD Beta program last year, over 400,000 Tesla owners in North America have signed up for the program, making it one of the largest autonomous driving trials to date. Tesla has been gradually rolling out the update to all these owners over the past few months, and this weekend marks the first time that FSD Beta v11 has been available to a wider audience.
The update includes many new neural networks, and it is expected to bring significant improvements to the autonomous driving experience. It is important to note, however, that the responsibility still rests with the driver, and the driver must always be prepared to take control of the vehicle in the event of any emergency.
Tesla‘s FSD Beta v11 represents an important milestone in the development of autonomous driving technology, and it is one of the most exciting steps forward in the industry. While it is still important to remain vigilant when testing the new software, it is an exciting time for Tesla owners as they are now able to experience a closer to fully autonomous driving experience.