Tesla Full Self Driving: Tesla has launched its Full Self-Driving Beta program in Canada. This marks the first time Tesla’s driver-assist system will be made public for use outside of the United States. This signifies a huge step forward for safety around the world where car accidents are inevitable due to human error.
Tesla Full Self Driving Beta program:
Because it is still in beta testing, Tesla has been progressively rolling out its “Full Self-Driving Beta” (FSD Beta) software since October 2020. The program is currently being evaluated by a fleet of Tesla owners who were selected by the company based on their “safety test score.” Despite the fact that the software enables the automobile to go autonomously to a pre-programmed place, the driver must remain aware and ready to take over at any time.
Despite its designation, it is still considered a level two driver-assist system due to the fact that the driver is still in charge. In the wake of numerous modifications, the driving abilities have deteriorated significantly. Tesla has been updating the FSD Beta software on a regular basis, as well as adding additional owners. In the fourth quarter of 2021, the firm reported approximately 60,000 FSD Beta owners, all of whom were located in the United States.
Extension of Full Self Driving Beta program in Canada:
In recent months, Elon Musk has been expecting an extension of FSD Beta’s operations in Canada. According to a recent Tesla software update (version 2022.4.5.4), Canadian automobiles can “Request Full Self-Driving Beta”: Once “requested,” you can begin the approval process by grading your daily driving. Then Tesla might be able to offer you with the real FSD Beta software itself.
In a recent interview with Musk, he revealed that Tesla has been testing FSD Beta in Canada with 60 vehicles. Regular owners who have purchased the FSD package may expect to see a significant increase in the number of test vehicles available.