Tesla holiday software update teased by Elon Musk

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With a little over one month to go in the year, it looks like there might still be a chance for something good to happen in 2020 as Tesla CEO Elon Musk teased a new holiday software update.

It has been more than a year since the last major software update when Tesla released V10 in October 2019. That update was packed with new features like Smart Summon, Tesla Theater, Caraoke, and more.

Just a few months later the automaker released a surprise holiday software update just days before Christmas. That update included several new features like Camp Mode, Voice Commands, and the Full Self-Driving (FSD) visualization preview.

The next big update looks like it will be coming just before Christmas again, as Musk teased a new holiday software release that is going to be ‘lit’.

When asked for any hints by Canadian Toby Li, Musk said it will be packed with new features, some of which have been requested, and some you didn’t even know you wanted.

So what could be included in this possible ‘V11’ software update? The CEO has promised several new features over the past year, like the ability to control the settings of the auto-dimming mirrors, enlarged camera views when backing up, blind spot warnings, navigation waypoints, the ability to use the Pedestrian Warning System (PWS) to yell at talk to pedestrians, vector-space birds eye view, and more.

Obviously the big question is whether the release will coincide with a wider release of the FSD beta software, maybe even in Canada? Tesla MotherFrunker, and the rest of Canada, can only hope. #FSDBetaCanada

What do you think will be included in the holiday software update? Let us know in the comments below.

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