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Tesla adds speed bump visualizations to non-FSD Beta cars in 2021.44.30.12 software update [Update]

Tesla adds speed bump visualizations to non-FSD Beta cars in 2021.44.30.12 software update [Update]

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Credit history: @tesla_adri /Twitter

Tesla final week released a new auto application version, 2021.44.30.12. The release notes contained no new characteristics or enhancements, but homeowners are reporting Tesla did increase a new aspect that in all probability should have been integrated.

According to Tesla enthusiast @tesla_adri, speed bumps visualizations have been additional with this launch.

Video clip and photographs had been shared exhibiting the visualization, a little something which has right until now been constrained to autos in the Total Self-Driving (FSD) Beta take a look at group.

As noted by @tesla_adri, he has still to test if Autopilot or Targeted visitors-Knowledgeable Cruise Regulate (TACC) reacts and slows down for the velocity bumps, just like cars with FSD Beta do. (Update: subsequent tests showed it did not react to the velocity bumps).

UPDATE Feb 14 10:42am PST: Tesla appears to have taken off the velocity bump visualizations in 2021.44.30.13 or newer.

Tesla stats and update tracker @Teslascope later confirmed through a Tesla employee that this characteristic is only obtainable for vehicles with HW3. and that have bought the FSD suite of attributes.

The addition of the pace bump visualizations is with any luck , the initial action in Tesla releasing all the FSD Beta visualizations.

Elon Musk said in September very last year non-beta testers could get the visualizations as early as Oct, but that function has still to be unveiled to the fleet of FSD owners.

Complete Self-Driving (FSD) Beta visualizations “hopefully” coming to non-beta testers subsequent month

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