Tesla Full-Self Driving re-write coming in 6-10 weeks will be a ‘quantum leap’: Elon Musk

As we have previously reported, Tesla’s Full-Self Driving (FSD) software is undergoing a significant foundational re-write that will improve the accuracy and reliability of the self-driving feature.

In a recent tweet, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has revealed more about the update, and when we can expect to see it hit the streets.

According to Musk, the changes brought with the update will result in a “quantum leap” improvement, and is something he continues to test on his personal vehicle.

Last month Musk said the re-write was 2-4 months away from being deployed, and with this latest tweet now says 6-10 weeks, so it is still mostly on-track. The release will also be likely limited to those owners in the “Early Access Program”, allowing them to test early beta update before they are released to the general fleet.

In a later tweet, Musk also revealed the new 4D labelling that will be implemented with the re-write will also allow the system to label and map potholes and bumps so that car can avoid them when on Autopilot.

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