Tesla FSD Public Opt-in Request Button September 24, 2021

Elon Musk said FSD Beta 10 will release midnight Friday September 10, 2021. The FSD Beta 10.1 should be on September 24, 2021. Beta 10.1 should be good enough for the public opt in request button in the US. Other regions will follow a few months later.

Some tweets from Sawyer Merrit for FSD items from the Tesla All-Hands meeting.

SOURCES – Elon Musk , Sawyer Merritt
Written By Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com

10 thoughts on “Tesla FSD Public Opt-in Request Button September 24, 2021”

  1. 9.x required two different neural networks stacks, one for highway and one for streets. 10.x has a single merged stack now, so street like situations on a highway might be dealt with better.

  2. It's basically just driving assistance package, like Autopilot with traffic-aware cruise control and autosteer; Along with the hope of one day growing up to be a proper autonomous system like Waymo et al.

  3. Hm.. I think Elon is selling version 10.0 to hard. He talks about a "revelation" and "seeing the future". Could that be saying a bit too much?

    Versions 9.0, 9.1 and 9.2 were a bit underwhelming. Sure, the change from radar+vision to pure vision was a great technological leap, but from a user perspective the system only improved in some minor ways. Feels more smooth, more assertive, … And it would still want to drive into mono rail pillars…

  4. Does anyone know what FSD 10 can do? I know that “Full Self Driving” can’t actually do full self driving. But what can it do?

    Highway driving? City? Stop signs and stop lights? Night? Rain? Snow?

    I’m not criticizing. I’m just truly curious what FSD 10 actually means.

  5. "Some tweets from Sawyer Merrit for FSD items from the Tesla All-Hands meeting."

    Really, they should of renamed it the no-hands meeting.

  6. No steering wheel… Reminds me of some scene from Minority Report. And, those who indeed don't deserve driving in the vicinity of other humans will not give up the wheel on their own.

Comments are closed.