The famous FSD (full self-driving) continues to burn stages and users who are in the beta testing program they usually waitr like may water the arrival of each update. Especially because in each of those releases small improvements are concentrated that are making the dream of having an autonomous car come true ahead of schedule.
And one of the novelties that all those users expected was nothing more than the release of beta 9.3 of that FSD, Although it has been Elon Musk himself who, through his Twitter profile, has cooled things down with one of his latest interactions. There will be no launch of that version since the company has chosen to do it through a superior one. Specifically 10.
Good news: everything stays the same
That change in plans does not seem to affect the schedule that Americans have set when it comes to achieving full autonomous driving in the coming months. Although Elon Musk predicted that goal would be reached by the end of 2020, the pandemic has surely had a lot to do with failing to meet those dates. And precisely because everything remains the same, we can talk about good news.
We should be there with Beta 10, which goes out a week from Friday (no point release this week).
It will have a completely retrained NN, so will need another few weeks after that for tuning & bug fixes. Best guess is public beta button in ~4 weeks.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 25, 2021
It was a user on the social network who asked the Australian if there was going to be “any update on the FSD public beta”, prompting the company’s CEO to respond: “we should arrive with Beta 10, which comes out in a week starting Friday (there is no release date this week) “and it will arrive with” a completely NN reentrenado, so it will take a few more weeks to adjust and correct errors. The best guess is that it will be public in ~ 4 weeks. “
The funny thing is that this message, which implies that beta 9.3 will not arrive, comes just a few days after Elon Musk iindicate that this version had been “much better” than 9.2, from which he confessed that it had not come out as expected. Be that as it may, it seems that this jump to version 10 will serve to give a boost to an FSD that in recent times has seen how the improvements did not arrive at the same rate as on other occasions, when the recognition of all kinds of signs, obstacles and traffic incidents that allowed EVs to Tesla circulate through the interior of cities with absolute safety.