What software version? My car was fantastic on the initial "from the factory" software.Only had MY for 1 week, but have been driving it quite a bit. It is a joy to drive. The only event I can think of that I have had was getting near sundown on the interstate the trees were casting shadows across the road and it slowed twice because of that. Otherwise everything has been working flawlessly so far. I'm not a big fan of auto brights on a divided highway so using AP at night Is kind of annoying on those roads. For many commutes, I must say, I enjoy being in control of the car anyway because it is so fun to drive.
2021.11.102What software version? My car was fantastic on the initial "from the factory" software.
We need to get away from "the MY has great ABC and horrible XYZ" and move into a "Software iteration 2012.x.xx.xx has great ABC and horrible XYZ" mindset.
When I say that my car has horrible phantom braking some people seem to get defensive because I am insulting "their" car... I am not complaining about the car, I am complaining about the software... this is a much worse crime in the eyes of a true fanboy
Also, after activating AutoPilot you can turn off the Auto High Beam headlights using the left stalk.
Well, I've just upgraded to 2021.32.21 and I'm hoping for some improvement in the Enhanced Autopilot / TACC, which behaved pretty poorly in my last version (2021.4.21.3) Unfortunately, it looks like it may only be an audio system improvement. Does anyone reliably know if they might have fixed some of the slowing-for-no-apparent-reason issues that cropped up in that last release?
I guess I'll chime in here, I got my Y back in Feb and the first time I tried AP it phantom braked multiple times - then I got the first update pretty quick and it was better and it seemed for awhile like it kept getting better and better... Even keeping me centered in the lane really well. Until now with 2021.32.21. Back to phantom braking on the highway and it used to NOT decide to slow down all of a sudden when my highways ended and became a "main road", but now it slows down to 35 mph no matter where the AP is set. Now that it brakes to 35 because it thinks it sees something, it changes the max speed to 35 mph. Whether I set the highway speed to 65, 60, or 55. The highway is 60 mph speed limit if that matters. When it turns to a main road it's 45 and never is 35, anywhere. And now it's back to a teenager learning to drive in the lane centering department - especially in curves. I feel like we took a step backward. At least this is a feature I don't really rely on, even though now that I had it, I was getting used to it. I sure hope that when the rest of us get Ver. 10.X or whatever becomes the public release, this is a thing of the past.
I put this at, Tesla is developing the next version and has dropped really working on whatever we are using for AP.
Tesla doesn't use Google maps. Their speed limits either come from TomTom or OSM, Open Street Maps. (At least that is my understanding.)I have several areas like this local to me that I am trying to get updated in Google maps... then google maps will have to update the Tesla version of Google maps. I expect this to take a long time
Tesla doesn't use Google maps. Their speed limits either come from TomTom or OSM, Open Street Maps. (At least that is my understanding.)
Nope. The only use of Google maps is for the display. The actual navigation system is all Tesla proprietary.
I don't know if you can submit corrections to TomTom, but you can make edits/submit corrections to OSM, Open Street Maps. But Tesla Vision is supposed to be getting better at reading speed limit signs.Crap, how do we get them to fix speed limit errors then? There are many areas where I can't use Auto Pilot, because it would limit me to 30 mph on a road with a 55 mph speed limit where traffic is doing 65 mph.
I don't know if you can submit corrections to TomTom, but you can make edits/submit corrections to OSM, Open Street Maps. But Tesla Vision is supposed to be getting better at reading speed limit signs.