At the same time Tesla was pushing a large roll out of 2021.40.6 to owners in Canada, Tesla has also started sending out the latest v10.5 of the Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software.
The update is a little later than originally planned, as it required a bit more time to resolve a few bugs after it was first deployed to internal employees over the weekend.
— James Locke (@arctechinc) November 22, 2021
According to initial reports, only those already in the program are receiving the update, and no one with a Safety Score of 98 have reported receiving it.
Full Self-Driving Beta V10.5 is now being rolled out in waves! All current testers should receive the update before the end of today.
We've not received any confirmation of new participants being invited (safety score of 98+) at this time.
— Teslascope (@teslascope) November 22, 2021
The update includes a number of important improvements as detailed in the official release notes that first appeared over the weekend. As with previous FSD Beta release notes, they detail down to the exact percentage how some features have improved.
UPDATE: With V10.5, owners also have to re-agree to the FSD Beta terms and conditions, which now includes a clause that you must turn over footage from all your cameras in the event of a collision or safety issue.
New FSD Beta terms everyone has to agree to.
Looks like Tesla now makes you agree to turn over footage of exterior and interior cameras in the event of a collision or safety issue.
No doing something stupid and then trying to blame Tesla. I support it. pic.twitter.com/bJ6tkO2Err
— Whole Mars Catalog (@WholeMarsBlog) November 22, 2021
One of the few Tesla employees that shares his FSD Beta impressions on YouTube is AI Addict. He has already uploaded a video of his first impressions from the weekend, which he called a “solid leap forward.”
You can check out the video below.