As we’ve reported back in July, Tesla’s Version 9.0 of its Full Self-Driving software was released, after a couple of years of waiting and teasing.
Now, the company just came up with its newest release, centered on promoting users to gain confidence in their experience with those features.
According to Electrek, Tesla has begun working out a Full Self Driving 10 beta designed to make more intelligent and more confident choices on the road. The Full Self Driving 10 beta is supposed to bring smoother turns, roundabouts, and merges. The visuals are also improved and more stable, contributing to the process of decision-making while driving.
Regarding the highway driving updated, Elon Musk said the production-level, non-beta highway navigation is “more polished” than the Full Self Driving equivalent, but a more relevant change will be available starting the 10.1 release.
When Tesla owners will be able to get the FSD 10 update is not yet clear, but Musk held a public option to request the beta would become available along with the 10.1 release, supposedly coming up in two weeks.