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2018.24.1 Torture Test

Discussion in 'Model X: User Interface' started by Padelford, Jul 3, 2018.

  1. Padelford

    Padelford Supporting Member

    Jul 1, 2017

    I received 2018.24.1 last week, and I gave it a workout on my usual torture courses. It seems to be essentially the same as 2018.21.9 in road performance. The vehicle under AP still pulls into on-ramps, and wrong-side-of-the-road AP still works.

    The AP prompt delays averaged 49 seconds with a standard deviation of 8 seconds. Perhaps two seconds of the standard deviation I attribute to not noticing the prompt when it first appeared, but the variation in prompt times is still unexpectedly large.

    I want to especially call attention to the impressive dedication Tesla gave to Barrett Riley in the Release Notes for the new Speed Limit Mode. I believe this is unprecedented in the auto industry to dedicate a safety feature to a person who died in a vehicle accident. Tesla is truly a unique car manufacturer.
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  2. Peteski

    Peteski Active Member

    Oct 2, 2017
    UK, Milton Keynes
    Speed limit mode is a great idea for those who let teens drive their Tesla!

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