The latest and greatest beta version of Tesla Full Self Driving (version 10) is rolling out to testers, with early reports claiming that it drives more confidently on city streets.
Users have noticed visual improvements and fewer on-screen stats to make the build feel closer to how the polished version would look. They also report that the on-screen car isn’t quite as edgy as before, so it also makes the build feel more refined.
On the real driving side of things, the car is making smarter, more reliable off-road decisions, it reports. Engadget. You can also make smoother turns around corners and roundabouts. The actual highway driving system has not changed in this update.
These features are still in beta as well, so only Tesla experts can access them, and it’s unclear when the full version will come out.
Overall, this looks like a good update that subtly smooths out some of the issues from previous versions of the Full Self Driving beta. Tesla will likely need a few more of these before it can release some of these features to customers, but it’s still good to see that it’s getting a little more human.