Here is a great news for Tesla autonomous owners that coming in August – a new software update is coming toTesla’s self-driving cars and that update would bring more autonomy to Tesla’s Autopilots.
The news popped up on Sunday morning when Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk was asked in a tweet by Anand Krishnamurthy, probably an Indian fellow that he had noticed when two lanes merge during the rush hour traffic, the autopilot couldn’t able to decide to let the car slightly ahead on the neighboring lane go ahead and he invariably found myself cornered.
However, letting him about the upcoming Tesla Version 9.0 including major updates for Autopilot 2.0. Musk twitted him saying that “That issue is better in latest Autopilot software rolling out now & fully fixed in August update as part of our long-awaited Tesla Version 9. To date, Autopilot resources have rightly focused entirely on safety. With V9, we will begin to enable full self-driving features.”
By the way, back in September 2016, when Musk updated Tesla 8.0 software, including Autopilot improvements and other dashboard updates like improved auto-steering, the summon feature, lane changing, warning notifications, and other auto features for cruise control, braking, high beams, parking, and speed control. But now with the upcoming software update Musk claimed that the update would bring “full self-driving features” to the Tesla’s car would be able to drive itself.
Furthermore, Tesla’s site currently includes an area on the Autopilot page called, “Full Self-Driving Capability.” This site expansion takes note of the confinements of the self-driving bundle, however, lays out what Autopilot could in the end do. “You will simply get in and advise your auto where to go,” the site says.