Tesla has started deploying their latest software update, 2022.4.5.5, with the first installation going out to Drive Tesla reader John on Twitter this afternoon.
— John B. (@JbTeslaman) March 2, 2022
This is the next version after Canada received the ‘Request Full Self-Driving Beta’ button in 2022.4.5.4 last week.
We will update this article once the release notes are available.
2022.4.5.5 Release Notes
Cabin Camera (2021+ Model S)
Help Tesla improve the intelligence of features that rely on cabin camera by sharing analytics from your vehicle. When enabled, cabin cameras data will be shared with Tesla if the vehicle experiences a safety critical event like a collision, or if cabin camera functionality requires diagnostics to perform. This data includes short cabin camera video clips to help us further develop future safety features and software enhancements such as collision avoidance updates. As usual, you can adjust your data sharing preferences by tapping Controls > Software > Data Sharing > Allow Cabin Camera Analytics.
Regenerative Braking in Autopilot
Autopilot will now use more regenerative braking at low speeds for higher efficiency and an improved driving experience, especially in stop-and-go traffic. Increased use of regenerative braking results in less brake pedal noise and smoother stops.
Customize how your car appears on the touchscreen and mobile app with the Car Colorizer. Change the color of your car’s exterior by tapping Controls > Software > Colorizer icon, or using Colorizer in the ToyBox.
View and filter a complete list of nearby Superchargers based on maximum charging power. Tap the charging icon on your map display and select the associated lightning bolt icons.
Save Dashcam Clips
Quickly save Dashcam clips by adding the Dashcam icon to your bottom bar. Simply long press any app icon to endter edit mode, then drag Dashcam to the bottom bar for quick access. Tap the Dashcam icon to manually save a clip while driving.