Tesla has delayed the rollout of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta 10.2 software program rollout due to last-minute issues, CEO Elon Musk tweeted early Saturday. He apologized for the delay, saying the discharge would probably occur Sunday or Monday. He didn’t elaborate on what the “issues” had been.
Just a few final minute issues about this construct. Launch probably on Sunday or Monday. Sorry for the delay.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 9, 2021
The software program was presupposed to roll out Friday to about 1,000 Tesla homeowners with excellent security scores of 100 —as decided by the automaker— with a gradual rollout for these with scores at 99 and under after that, according to Musk.
Tesla has been testing the beta model of its FSD software program for a couple of yr, and regardless of the pinnacle of the Nationwide Transportation Security Board expressing serious concerns about the software’s safety, the carmaker started increasing FSD entry to extra drivers final month. Earlier than a Tesla driver will get entry to FSD, nonetheless, the corporate determines their “safety score,” utilizing standards that consider “the probability that your driving may end in a future collision.” The rating is tabulated utilizing information collected by sensors within the driver’s Tesla.
The corporate has required homeowners who choose in to the FSD beta to sign non-disclosure agreements, and requested that they chorus from sharing video clips on-line of the system’s errors. To reiterate: the FSD software program doesn’t make Teslas totally autonomous; Musk himself has mentioned he thinks the “characteristic full” model of the software program will solely be “likely” to drive somebody from their house to work with out human intervention and can nonetheless require supervision.