Tesla started rolling out its Full self-driving(FSD) beta in Canada.
Tesla finally started rolling out its full self-driving beta in Canada. Tesla has started deploying the 2020.4.5.4 software update.
In October 2020 Tesla has started rolling out its full self-driving beta in Canada that version is currently being tested by a fleet of tesla owners selected by the company and through its “safety test score”. The software enables the car to drive freely to its destination entered in the navigation panel.
The software version 2022.4.5.4 was first spotted on Tesla model 3 long range in Ontario by third-party service @teslafi and steven Elliott also share screenshots of “Limited Early Access FSD ” on a screen and the “Request FSD” button.
Tesla forced to push an update version 2022.4.5.4 to some vehicles in Canada and that enables those vehicles to “Request FSD”.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla also announced that he has hopeful the full self-driving beta version will hit Canada by the end of this week, In the news FSD beta was launched in U.S and at that time price of FSD had increased by $2,000 in one week.
Let us talk about some factors that assign drivers safety scores out of 100 such as hard braking, aggressive turning, unsafe following, and forced Autopilot disengagement.
We are providing some screenshots that will help you understand better.
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