If you just missed having a perfect 100 Safety Score to receive Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software last week, your turn will be coming up soon.
After initially saying the expansion to anyone with a Safety Score of 99 would “maybe” happen next week, Musk said last night the release of FSD Beta V10.3 will take place next Friday.
Beta 10.3 releasing Friday next week to all cars with 99/100 safety score
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 15, 2021
Musk’s tweet was a little cryptic when he said it will roll out to those with a “99/100 safety score.” That could either mean 99 out of 100, or those that have 99 and 100.
It is likely the latter, as Tesla has continued to push the update to cars with a perfect 100 Safety Score this week, many of which were Model S Plaid owners.
‼️ We've been able to confirm that many Model S Plaid owners (with safety scores of 100) have officially received the Full Self-Driving Beta with this recent wave. pic.twitter.com/HAwcJoVXDG
— Teslascope (@teslascope) October 15, 2021