Tesla CEO Elon Musk doesn’t like answering Twitter questions about the EV maker. The billionaire entrepreneur reached out to his many followers, tweeted his favorite cryptocurrency, Dogecoin, and discussed his plans for his airline, SpaceX. In a conversation with a Twitter user claiming to be the Tesla Beta Tesla Fully Autonomous Driving (FSD) on Aug 15, Musk will discuss the expected release date for the latest update to cutting-edge autonomous driving software.
@Nickwhoward asked when FSD beta 9.2 will be released. “I thought it was going to crash last night,” he read the tweet. The Tesla president responded immediately. “An unexpected last-minute problem. It will be out in a day or two. ”Musk later tweeted that his company had made improvements to version 9.2.
Some unexpected last minute issues. Should go out in next day or two.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 15, 2021
The first changelog was “Crossroads, clear dynamics on all major and minor roads” and it has been expanded to all roads starting with version 9.3. Then he said, “Improved peak cornering behavior of the car in front,” where we are smarter. ”
Further advances include a new truck network with an additional 50,000 sections of a new automatic marking conveyor. FSD Beta 9.2 also includes a new Vulnerable Road User (VRU) speed model with 12% improvements and improved VRU performance. “This is ‘the first scalable mindfulness training,’” Musk said.
In July, Elon Musk confirmed that Tesla robots will soon become a reality. However, he reiterated to Twitter users that he is 90% confident that EV makers can implement robotic axes and succeed.