The best thing about Tesla cars is not just that they are emission-free vehicles that are better for the health of our planet; it is also that they are a bit like smartphones. With a software update, they get new features that make them even better than buying.
Elon Musk took on Twitter on Friday evening to announce that "Navigate on Autopilot" would see a "broad release in North America tonight".
Tesla autopilot drive on navigation will be released tonight in North America
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 27, 2018
Available in "Software Version 9.0", the update offers the opportunity for Tesla to automatically control the entry and exit, change the lane, exit the exits and drive on the motorway intersections. Full details of the new autopilot features can be found in Tesla's blog post on the announcement.
A Tesla spokesman confirms Mashable "Navigate on autopilot" has begun to deliver to customers, but it could take up to several weeks for Tesla cars to get it (as is standard for Tesla software updates).
It's a major update to the existing "Enhanced Autopilot" features that are available to Tesla drivers and not yet fully autonomous driving (you still need yours.) This is another step towards the self-propelled future So many science fiction shows are promised.
That is, all advertised self-propelled technologies or assisted driving functions are not one hundred percent safe. "Reports of Tesla crashes while Autopilot was busy seem to make headlines every few months." 19659002] It's important for Tesla owners to understand that their cars have a range of sophisticated cameras and sensors to detect what is happening nearby and then take action to ensure that this kind of autonomy is still very young. Learn the rules and how autopilot really works, and in addition to everything else you should always be ac What happens on the way, even if you use autopilot.