Tesla begins pushing out public release of new green light Traffic Control in 2020.24.6 software update

Last week we learned about Tesla’s plans for its next big software update, thanks to some Early Access Program (EAP) users, and it looked like it was going to include some highly-requested features.

Now just this morning, it appears Tesla has begun deploying the official public release of the features with the 2020.24.6 software update.

The news was first shared on Twitter by @gasoff, and the release notes confirm all the features that were in the EAP release last week are included in this public release.

The new features include the next step towards feature complete Full Self-Driving (FSD) – the ability to proceed through green lights while Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control is active.

There are also the user-requested features of new camera views when the rear camera is active, as well as improvements to the DashCam viewer.

Tesla backup cam new view
Image via Ray4Tesla/Twitter

This public release also includes the activation of the cabin camera, something which has remained inactive since the Model 3 was released in 2018.

For a detailed and comprehensive look at the all the new features, check out our article from last week.

Here are the full release notes. Let us know in the comments below if you’ve also received this latest software update.

Images via @gasoff2/Twitter

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