Tesla said that in the new beta version of v9.2, electric vehicles were added the ability to pass unregulated intersections automatically.
In the new beta version, Tesla’s electric vehicles have learned how to cross unregulated intersections: while driving, they take into account road signs and traffic signals. The highest priority is given to data from the on-board cameras of the electric vehicle.
The car takes into account the priority when leaving the secondary road to the main one, and also gives way to cars moving in the opposite direction when turning left.
The company notes that the update is not yet available to all electric vehicles, but only to participants in the early testing program. The update includes a number of new features for Active Driver Assistance systems and an updated version of the system for predicting the behavior of other road users.
Those who have already used the new uncontrolled intersection function note that the car is up to the task, but acts more cautiously than the typical driver.
The company plans to release several more updates before the newest version of FSD becomes available to a wide range of Tesla electric vehicle owners.