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Master Thread: New Tesla Vision system for Model 3/Y

heapmaster

Member
Apr 21, 2015
9
2
CA, USA
Basically same experience for me.. I love that we universally hover our right foot over the accelerator to override the phantom events. But mostly don't even bother using it. Also want to point out that coming from 2 years and 32K miles driven on Model 3, Vision is the worst. Many years later to have it feel worse than a 2018 M3 auto pilot is quite insane, but for me, true.
It also sounds strange, but mine is deathly afraid of large white objects and I usually get ready to takeover when I see them coming.
I would be deathly afraid of large white objects too if my previous versions died in head on collisions... LOL
 

heapmaster

Member
Apr 21, 2015
9
2
CA, USA
I wonder if any of these issues you guys are reporting are fixed (braking, slow reactions, lane changes, etc) in the latest and greatest that will be available with the download button.
 

stopcrazypp

Well-Known Member
Dec 8, 2007
10,969
6,073
Can you get beta button without FSD being bought?
No. There is no reason for them to offer you a beta button if you don't have FSD, and recent posts in that thread from people without FSD say they don't see the button even with the new update. Now if instead the question is if the button is available for FSD subscription, that's a different matter.
 

Lephturn

Member
Sep 14, 2021
10
3
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Right scroll knob on steering wheel up and down
THat goes up or down 1km or 5km with a flick. What I am asking for is for the vision system to read the change in speed limit and automatically adjust. When I am on a road with an 80km speed limit and enter a 50km zone I want it to automatically drop from 88 to 58 without me having to do anything. Then when (after passing through a town for example) the speed limit goes back to 80 kph I want it to read that and automatically and smoothly go back to 88 kph. It reads the speed signs and I set it for 8 kph over the speed limit I want it to see when the speed limit changes and smoothly and automatically adjust to my set point relative to the current speed limit.
 

Jeremy3292

Gas Is Slow
Jul 7, 2021
505
448
South Carolina
THat goes up or down 1km or 5km with a flick. What I am asking for is for the vision system to read the change in speed limit and automatically adjust. When I am on a road with an 80km speed limit and enter a 50km zone I want it to automatically drop from 88 to 58 without me having to do anything. Then when (after passing through a town for example) the speed limit goes back to 80 kph I want it to read that and automatically and smoothly go back to 88 kph. It reads the speed signs and I set it for 8 kph over the speed limit I want it to see when the speed limit changes and smoothly and automatically adjust to my set point relative to the current speed limit.
It does that for me already on non-highway roads where autopilot is limited to 5 mph above the speed limit. For example, autopilot set to 60mph on 55 mph speed limit, autopilot reads 45 mph speed limit sign, auto adjusts my speed down to 50 mph. It does not change your speed for you on a highway automatically as there is no "only 5mph over" limit. You just flick the right button up or down when on the highway, very simple. It should auto do it for you on a non-highway road like I said though.
 

Lephturn

Member
Sep 14, 2021
10
3
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
It does that for me already on non-highway roads where autopilot is limited to 5 mph above the speed limit. For example, autopilot set to 60mph on 55 mph speed limit, autopilot reads 45 mph speed limit sign, auto adjusts my speed down to 50 mph. It does not change your speed for you on a highway automatically as there is no "only 5mph over" limit. You just flick the right button up or down when on the highway, very simple. It should auto do it for you on a non-highway road like I said though.
Maybe I need FSD to get that option on non-highways? I just have a model 3 SR+ with no FSD at this point. I'll try setting the auto pilot to only 5 kph over the speed limit in case my adjustment above is considered too high.

This is a Sept. 2021 M3 SR+ that still has version 2021.11.103 on it. It's only a little over 2 weeks I've had it and my wifi coverage really shaky in the driveway - I'm off to get a mesh network setup this week.
 

Jeremy3292

Gas Is Slow
Jul 7, 2021
505
448
South Carolina
Maybe I need FSD to get that option on non-highways? I just have a model 3 SR+ with no FSD at this point. I'll try setting the auto pilot to only 5 kph over the speed limit in case my adjustment above is considered too high.

This is a Sept. 2021 M3 SR+ that still has version 2021.11.103 on it. It's only a little over 2 weeks I've had it and my wifi coverage really shaky in the driveway - I'm off to get a mesh network setup this week.
I have a M3 LR no FSD August 2021 build date from Fremont factory. 2021.3.106.5
 

SylvainG

Member
Sep 12, 2021
95
27
Ottawa
I wonder if any of these issues you guys are reporting are fixed (braking, slow reactions, lane changes, etc) in the latest and greatest that will be available with the download button.

Went for a 80 km night ride after the update. Happened twice, one mild and one hard breaking :mad: Car behind me backed up quite a bit after the hard one.
 

Jeff N

Active Member
Oct 31, 2011
2,461
3,557
No. There is no reason for them to offer you a beta button if you don't have FSD, and recent posts in that thread from people without FSD say they don't see the button even with the new update. Now if instead the question is if the button is available for FSD subscription, that's a different matter.
In case anyone is wondering, you get the button if you have an active FSD subscription.
 
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ord3r

Member
Jun 27, 2018
240
463
California
My 2018 Model 3 got rear ended last weekend at ~75mph, likely a total loss, and the least fun roller coaster ride I've ever been on. Had FSD + lifetime premium connectivity :(

Really sad to hear about radar removal. Having to leave auto high beams on at night alone is a total dealbreaker. Probably will look elsewhere for now, and jump back in when the next revision of autopilot hardware comes out, sounds like cybertruck will be getting a new camera system? May have better night performance with better cameras.
 

SylvainG

Member
Sep 12, 2021
95
27
Ottawa
Yes, that's what I noticed but it turns on only when there is no incoming traffic or following traffic, but I do turn it off because it's too indecisive between on or off by itself.
 

Trekker_

Member
Sep 7, 2021
227
128
Mission Viejo, CA
I picked up my car yesterday, assembly date of 9/21 and my Model 3 still has proximity sensors but acts as a vision only car. Separate but similar note, my car has door cubby lighting which I was told was completely removed on newer cars
 

Trekker_

Member
Sep 7, 2021
227
128
Mission Viejo, CA
I picked up my car yesterday, assembly date of 9/21 and my Model 3 still has proximity sensors but acts as a vision only car. Separate but similar note, my car has door cubby lighting which I was told was completely removed on newe
Has proximity yes, radar, no.
i didnt see those sensors on the cars near me at all. The bumpers sensors correct??
 

SylvainG

Member
Sep 12, 2021
95
27
Ottawa
Yes, these

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