Friend of mine bought a 3 and tells me he does not like his AP as it’s too jerky. Is it still an issue?
I thought AP2.x had caught up on AP1 in terms of smoothness.
It really annoys me that Tesla obfuscate the updates that actually mean the most to all of us. While having Backgammon updated to be more challenging to play is absolutely critical, I feel knowing that Tesla is actively working on real things that mean something to how the car is advancing would be so much more valuable. I also completely understand the optics of publishing this information could be damaging ("Reduced maximum vehicle range to mitigate spontaneous combustion"), however I think there are ways Tesla could deliver this information in a pragmatic way that makes it easier for all of us to understand.
No, never a problem for me.Is anyone on AP1 having issues with AP hugging the left lane when activated? I'm still battling this issue and Tesla has told me its a firmware issue, but I have not seen anyone post on this. Anyone with AP1 can help confirm this or not, may have to file a dispute with Tesla to get this fixed as its a major safety issue. I've taken the car in twice and only thing completed was the front camera calibration.