Tesla autonomous driving system out of test phase in the US | Tweakers

Tesla autonomous driving system out of test phase in the US | Tweakers
Tesla autonomous driving system out of test phase in the US | Tweakers
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Tesla is taking its Full Self Driving system out of beta in the US. The company’s autonomous driving system is now called ‘FSD (Supervised)’ and has become more capable, according to Tesla. Full Self Driving has been tested with the beta version for three years.

FSD (Supervised) differs from the beta version of FSD in that the software is trained on millions of video clips instead of program code. According to Tesla, this makes the self-driving software more efficient. The manufacturer mentions the change in the release notes for version 2024.3.10. These were shared by Not A Tesla App.

With FSD (Supervised), a Tesla can change lanes itself, follow navigation routes, avoid obstacles and take turns. Tesla emphasizes that the system is ‘not fully autonomous’ and that users must remain alert. So far, FSD (Supervised) is only available in the US.

In the Netherlands, Teslas are not yet allowed to drive themselves by law. That’s why Tesla drivers can’t use these features here yet.

Beeld: ANP

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