Videos showing beta version of full-fledged autopilot for Tesla electric cars appeared

Yesterday Elon Musk announced the beginning of beta testing of a full-fledged FSD (Full Self-Driving) autopilot for Tesla cars and today the first details and videos showing the technology have appeared on the network.

Information and video were shared by one of the owners of Tesla Model 3 under the nickname @brandonee916, who was lucky enough to get into the limited list of beta testers. As you can see in the videos, the engineers not only added a new mode to the vehicle system, but completely redesigned the software interface and navigation.

A car scans objects around it and recognizes markings, signs, traffic lights, cars on the side of the road, pedestrians and much more.

The interface doesn’t look as pretty as it used to, but it’s clearly a matter of time. You can also see that a car without a driver drives rather slowly, which is logical.

By the way, Elon Musk stated back in 2015 that Tesla cars will be able to drive without drivers in a few years. In recent months, he has teased the technology a lot and boasted that it will be the maximum level.

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