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2021 MIC delivery, FSD availability in UK

Mixalis

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Mar 3, 2021
4
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London
I collected my made-in-China blue M3 LR from Thorpe Park on Monday. I expected the software to be up to date, but I realised it was 2020-39 rather than the current version. I did a couple of hundred miles yesterday, however, and was using navigate on autopilot and traffic-light recognition without problems.

Yesterday I contacted Tesla and requested the software update which came through this morning. Now I find that navigate on autopilot and traffic light recognition (and possibly other features) are greyed out and "not available in the current area". I was previously under the impression that these features, even in beta, were on UK cars and I recollect seeing several videos where the features were used and described.

Has anyone else had a similar experience?
 

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Sweeper

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Feb 16, 2021
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Canada
Not sure if it's the same message but after my software I got a message on those features about not available in the region.. I rebooted the computer and it worked. Not sure if the reboot fixed it or if the maps had to refresh with time.
 

Mixalis

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Mar 3, 2021
4
1
London
Thanks for the advice. Since I'm not going anywhere in particular, I can take up your suggestion of waiting for the maps. If not, I'll reboot and report on progress. Mike
 

Mixalis

New Member
Mar 3, 2021
4
1
London
Thanks for the advice. Since I'm not going anywhere in particular, I can take up your suggestion of waiting for the maps. If not, I'll reboot and report on progress. Mike
It is now ok. I didn't reboot but went for a short drive and discovered the options had updated. NOA and traffic-light are now enabled.
 
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Dilly

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Feb 24, 2020
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It is now ok. I didn't reboot but went for a short drive and discovered the options had updated. NOA and traffic-light are now enabled.
You should also find that onTACC and AP, the car will recognise road junctions and come to a stop. That said, it stops short usually.
 

Adopado

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Aug 19, 2019
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Scotland
I collected my made-in-China blue M3 LR from Thorpe Park on Monday. I expected the software to be up to date, but I realised it was 2020-39 rather than the current version. I did a couple of hundred miles yesterday, however, and was using navigate on autopilot and traffic-light recognition without problems.

Yesterday I contacted Tesla and requested the software update which came through this morning. Now I find that navigate on autopilot and traffic light recognition (and possibly other features) are greyed out and "not available in the current area". I was previously under the impression that these features, even in beta, were on UK cars and I recollect seeing several videos where the features were used and described.

Has anyone else had a similar experience?

Newly delivered cars never ever have the latest software update. Often they have a software version that is only specific to new build cars and not a "standard" update version. The over the air updates will catch up with your car after a few days. At the moment we have been going through a period where the software updates have been started and stopped for Teslas generally ... we presume due to bugs that needed to be rectified before a wider roll-out ... so I wouldn't be surprised if you don't have a slightly longer delay. Do you have FSD I presume you do with the thread title? If not you will not have navigate on autopilot.
 

SJ_angeleyes21

New Member
Mar 13, 2021
4
0
North London
My car updated to 2021.4.11 last night and all the AP/FSD stuff is fine. I’d suggest a reboot, too.
Hi there,
I got an question on 2021 version update,
Mine is 2016 MS 75D, im still on Holiday verison 10.2v, do you know how do i get this latest update? Why is so different date between M3 and MS??

thanks
 

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