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Discussion in 'Model X' started by HarborX, Feb 15, 2017.
35 mph Autosteer!
On local roads BTW.
Excellent! Thanks for posting!
Awesome, can't wait to try it! Love the small updates!
I am a MX P100DL owner running 17.5.28 and am a little confused.. is there code branch for X's with Ludicrous Mode?
This post is in regard to 17.6.15 version:
17.6.15 is out, any AP2 owners here that has it?
And there is another thread posted today regarding 17.5.36 with AP...
For Model X P100DL owners, what is the software upgrade version received??
I am posting this on both threads... confused....
Did they raise the speed limit for autosteer on highways? Used to be 50mph IIRC.
17.6.15 - is for Vehicles with AP1 according to the Firmware Tracker website (Tesla Firmware Upgrade Tracker Web App)
was anyone able to kick off the update directly from the app?
I don't think you can launch the update from the app. I was in the first 1000 to get the AP2 update on New year's Eve, but I'm still waiting for 17.5.36 (still on 17.5.28).
I am supprise no one share their experience with the local autosteer, the 35mph is a joke... Too slow. And the car goes out of control when following a car at intersection.
I've been waiting to receive this update but it looks like it is being released in a very limited way. The firmware upgrade tracker shows only 12 cars that have reported this upgrade so far. Let's hope Tesla is making improvements and planning a wider release.
Maybe that's the reason no one has make any comments. I can't even find a chance to use the autosteer on local street, so the update doesn't make any difference to me.
It is pretty useless for me. Auto steer cannot even remotely handle intersections or situations where lines drop out. The car either randomly steers in the wrong direction or drops auto steer. So, it won't stay engaged for more than a few seconds at a time. Unlike with AP 1.0 the auto steer cannot traverse intersections at all. Poor following the car in front of you. Poor ability to stay on course when one marker drops. Again, pretty much useless. BTW, the lane markers and detected cars on the instrument display still jump left and right continually oscillating. Oh...and I still get many false positives with the front collision detection causing car to brake.
Good to know I'm not the only one getting crazy oscillating lines non stop... it's crazy and very very hard for me to believe we are only "a few months" away from parity with ap1.... at the rate I'm/we are getting updates it's gonna be a very long time.
Kinda makes me wish I would have opted for an inventory p100 with ap1 for a 20k discount..... alpha testing
Does this mean HW2 is now using all the cameras (yet ... or whether for certain it always did, or didn't) ?
According to Tesla, enhanced auto pilot uses four of the eight cameras. Full self driving should be utilizing all the cameras. As to how many cameras are being utilized in shadow mode I'm really not sure
There is no clear communication on what hardware is actually turned on. With the lack of reliability, I would say only one camera is being used at this time.
I think it's great; definitely need to pay attention, but it can navigate pretty well on its own to the kids school and back. I find the more traffic, the steadier it is.
Why have I still not received this update?
How should I know?