TESLA will release its next Full Self-Driving [FSD] Beta version v10.13 on August 18th.
The electric manufacturer’s new FSD update is said to tighten several key safety aspects of autonomous driving [self-driving] road trip.
The most significant improvement of FSD Beta v10.13 is the ability to perform unprotected left turns, reports Not a Tesla App.
When turning left unprotected, the driver must avoid oncoming traffic before turning.
The addition of the unprotected left turn refinements to FSD Beta v10.13 is more responsive and yields when crossing objects.
Some drivers worry that an autonomous vehicle will throw them around while driving.
According to Not a Tesla App, Tesla’s FSD Beta v10.13 reportedly offers more comfortable driving speeds that encourage smoother stops.
If you stop at an unprotected left turn and objects are blocking your car’s view, FSD Beta v10.13 will sneak up on it to improve visibility.
FSD Beta v10.13 reports show many improvements measured in percent.
This measurable progress includes:
- track position error [up five percent]
- Improved lane position error when crossing and merging lanes [up 22 percent]
- lane recall [up 12 percent]
- Speed errors of pedestrians and cyclists [up 17 percent]
- Animal recognition recall [up 34 percent ]
- Detection recall of vehicles crossing far away [up four percent]
- Is Parked attribute. [up five percent]
- Improved accuracy when reading digital speed limit signs [up 29%]
Tesla will offer a Record Video button to FSD Beta v10.13 users to share feedback on future improvements.
Elon Musk has a reputation for delaying the launch of Tesla, but the August 20 FSD Beta v10.13 release date is still expected to arrive on time.
https://www.the-sun.com/motors/6030077/full-self-driving-beta-update/ Tesla’s Full Self Driving Beta update will be released in a few days – it aims to reduce errors, including risky turns