FSD v12 is the update that is expected to remove “beta” from the title. The initial rollout to employees appears more limited in scale than previous updates. Considering the magnitude of the changes in this version, it makes sense to start slow.
The internal release could expand in time for the anticipated holiday update. The Christmas update could potentially featuring v12 as a significant addition.
Tesla FSD v12 is eliminating over 300,000 lines of code previously governing FSD functions that controlled the vehicle, replaced by further reliance on neural networks. This transition means the system reduces its dependency on hard-coded programming. Instead, FSD v12 is using neural networks to control steering, acceleration, and braking for the first time.
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