Tesla temporarily went back to version 10.2, but version 10.3.1 is now being rolled out
Tesla withdrew its latest beta version of Full Self-Driving (FSD) last Sunday due to software bugs. This means that the semi-autonomous driving system was cashed in again less than a day after its publication. Users complained about various issues, according to Reuters.
There are problems with version 10.3 and are therefore going back to version 10.2, says Elon Musk on Twitter. He wrote that this was inevitable with beta software – it would be impossible to cover all hardware configurations with internal tests. Yesterday, Monday, the problem seemed to have already been resolved, because Musk tweeted that version 10.3.1 is now being rolled out:
On Monday, Elon Musk apologized in a tweet for the problems with version 10.3. The problem arose from an interaction between energy-saving mode and the FSD software.
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The following video gives an impression of the software version 10.3.1. It shows that the system copes well in most situations, for example when merging into flowing traffic, at red lights and more. When turning left, it waits for oncoming traffic, brakes for a crossing pedestrian on a crossing and does not allow itself to be unsettled by narrow lanes. In one situation, however, the car stops and does not change to the right-turn lane.
The release of the new version 10.3 was originally announced for Friday (October 22nd), but the date was postponed to Sunday, as Elon Musk announced on Twitter on Saturday:
According to video posts from users, vehicles with the FSD Beta 10.3 brought collision warnings even when there was no danger, or even braked automatically for no reason.
Beta 10.3 was only given to Tesla beta testers who had a safety score of 99 out of 100, i.e. only very trustworthy and cautious drivers. The previous version 10.2 was only issued to testers with a score of 100.
In August, the US traffic safety agency NHTSA initiated a formal safety investigation of Tesla‘s autopilot system in 765,000 US vehicles after a series of accidents.
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