Transport Canada recall notice reveals number of cars testing FSD Beta in Canada

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Tesla has been testing their Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software with owners in the US since October 2020.

Unofficially, Tesla has also been testing it with employees in Canada since at least February 2021.

Thanks to a recent recall notice posted by Transport Canada, we know for the first time how many FSD Beta-equipped cars are currently in Canada.

According to recall #2022-028, which removes the rolling stop feature from the Average and Assertive driving profiles in FSD Beta, there are 68 employees testing the software north of the border.

https://twitter.com/DriveTeslaca/status/1491822037014224921

Breaking it down by model, those 68 cars include 2018-2021 Model 3, 2017 Model S, and 2020-2022 Model Y.

Make Model Model Year(s) Affected
TESLA MODEL 3 2018 2019 2020 2021
TESLA MODEL S 2017
TESLA MODEL Y 2020 2021 2022

According to the most recent update from CEO Elon Musk, a select few Canadians will hopefully be able to download the Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software this month.

There is still some skepticism that this latest timeline is accurate, given that as far back as November 2020 Musk has said it is coming to Canada “very soon.”

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