Three weeks ago Tesla released their long-awaited new FSD Beta version 9 software for Tesla owners who purchased the $10,000 package, and yesterday the company followed up with FSD Beta 9.1.
That update appears to be mainly bug fixes, but as usual eager owners have given the software update a work-out, a demo which can be seen below:
Owner Rocco Speranza reports some improvements which allowed him to take the car for a 10-minute drive without any disengagement but found many issues which required interventions remained.
AI Addict similarly gave the software a test, and found even more improvements, with the software more confident in its driving style, including now routinely not coming to a ‘rolling stop’ at quiet traffic stops instead of making a full stop.
Elon Musk has promised an increased release cadence, with a new version of the software being released every 2nd Friday, at midnight California time.
We are doing releases every 2 weeks on Friday at midnight California time
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 31, 2021
This will hopefully mean testers who report issues will see fixes for those problems turning up in their cars at a much higher rate.
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