Over the weekend Tesla expanded their Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta testing program to more owners in the US.
Version 10.2 of the software was sent to almost everyone with a perfect 100 Safety Score achieved over a cumulative 100 miles of driving.
After originally stating that the program would expand to non-perfect scores on a daily basis, CEO Elon Musk is now saying those owners will have to wait a while longer until they get the opportunity to test out the software.
In a Tuesday afternoon Tweet, Musk said the expansion will be contingent on the release of FSD Beta V10.3. Always one to provide concrete and reliable time estimates, he added that this will happen “maybe next week.”
Maybe next week. We’d like to get to 10.3 before expanding the beta.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 12, 2021
Although many owners with a 100 Safety Score now have the beta software, not everyone received it. It is unclear at this time if they will also have to wait at least another week, or if Tesla will continually add more people with a perfect score over the coming days.
It is also unclear during what timeframe owners will have to achieve a score of 99. For the deployment over the weekend, a score of 100 had to be achieved by Friday, October 8.