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autopilot overly sensitive to cars in the adjacent lane

Discussion in 'Model S' started by thegruf, Jun 6, 2016.

  1. thegruf

    thegruf Active Member

    Mar 24, 2015
    something I've noticed more on the last couple of builds, especially on a curve.
    The autopilot seems to think the car in the next lane is crossing the line and backs off, sometimes quite significantly to the point where I got flashed today by the guy behind me, even though you can see it is bang in the centre of its lane.

    It's like AP is not judgng the lane boundary correctly in the medium distance and seems more noticeable on the laslt couple of biulds (currently 2.20.45)

    Anyone else see this?
  2. VirtualM

    VirtualM Member

    Jul 17, 2015
    It happened to me as well. I was about passing a truck then suddenly the car slowed down thinking the truck is in my lane. I was doing 70 mph and I had to slam the acceleration pedal in order to avoid being hit from the car behind. It was on M20 at night with wet road. (2.20.45).

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