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Discussion in 'Software: Firmware Updates, Features, Tesla App' started by hayito, Oct 11, 2019.
This just arrived yesterday. Didn’t notice any changes in charging or AP
2019 Mode S LR (Raven) with FSD -- This afternoon the car just updated to 2019.32.12.2.
Since then I just drove the car around town (without freeway.) It seemed still missing the NoA icon.
Me too. Same issue
I’m seeing this too. The only way I can do a lane change is to hold the turn signal lever down until the lane change completes. This turns NOA back into basic autopilot. If they don’t fix this, I foresee a class action by everyone that paid for FSD
Got it on my 2014 AP1 just now. No idea what's included yet.
so any reasons to install this if i don't have ap. looks like some bugs like back up camera issues..
got it last night. haven't checked the backup cam. did notice in traffic it was different than previous version. did not get as close to the car in front of me and was a little less hesitant on the gas so i am back to hitting the accelerator in stop and go.
Model 3 LR AWD, HW 3.0 (basic AP only).
Maybe I'm imagining this, but this latest version seems to do better when changing lanes. I have basic autopilot. When traffic aware cruise is on, I signal and change lanes, it seems like it doesn't abruptly slow down during the lane change nearly as much.
It believe so too. The only thing it continues to do is brake check someone in the lane you are moving into. The behavior is so odd because the ONLY time is slows below the set speed is when changing lanes into a lane with a car well behind you, but not far enough to not make them mad for moving over and slowing in front of them. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I’ve seen a huge step backward in AP functionality on this update. Dancing cars are back, has trouble identifying lane lines where it was previously fine, and issues with changing lanes.
Have never actually experienced a regression on any FW before, so curious how long it will take for them to get this fixed. Previous version was much better.
Reading all the feedback here I'm going to get rid of the advanced updates option. I'd rather get them when the bugs are worked out.
Any non AP improvements?
On model 3 and S having major issues w auto lane change ping ponging (attempted lane change and pulls back). Auto lane change ununsable.
2019 Model S 'Raven' LR.
My wife and I drove the car to dinner last night, and tried out the 2019.32.12.2 with NoA.
To me surprise, the car ran just fine on freeway, even with decent traffic during dinner hours.
NoA was stable on freeway, and Auto Lane Change worked smoothly.
Just want to share the information. I will drive the car this weekend, and report back.
there's a 2019.32.12.3 that the S (AP 2.0) just got. Will test it out soon and report back. Hopefully it fixes the "sentry error"
I have observed a steady drop in range for my new P3- with 4,000 miles since 2019.32.12.2
Steady at 310 the drops nearly every time I charge to 304 today. Might this be an adjustment with the new EPA figures of 305 range for P3 with 19” tires like me?
For 2020, All Tesla Model 3 Versions Get New EPA Ratings
I am not upset, I actually like the more accurate range estimate. Anyone else see this since mid October?