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Discussion in 'Model S' started by mhw23, Jan 8, 2017.
Love AP 1.0 on FW 7.1.
AP1 on latest firmware that just hit is freaking awesome... So I wouldn't be so sure Tesla is abandoning HW1 development anytime soon...
Specifically, what is better than it was before the recent borking?
Curve trajectories, properly adjusting speeds both in, and coming out of, sharper curves (only went through one so I probably shouldn't use plural words for this point but it's always struggled with that until now), better lane centering and virtually zero drifting or ping ponging, lane changes worked all the time, every time without issue.
It's hard to describe "how" it's better but I feel pretty confident it's substantially better just by the way the car drove and behaved...
What about speed limiting, any changes to nags, etc?
Sad we have to vet early adopters of firmware before we decide if it's upgrade or downgrade...
Speed limiting? Well it's the same on freeways as it's always been an capped at +5 on side streets. Nags? I have never received a single nag in my entire 1yr+ of ownership unless I was trying to get one intentionally so I can't comment on nag frequency as I held the wheel like I always do...
I got the update notification, haven't hit update yet, I'll do it shortly.
AP1 update 2.52.22
I updated to 2.52.22 last night and noticed no difference driving today.
We are Tesla Model S & X owners. Most of us already have had our "cash" cleared
Agree, am noticing a marketed improvement from 7.1 as well!
This update fixed the equaliser, seems to have fixed the issue I had with fob personalisation and this is about all.
Updated to 2.52.22 yesterday (AP1). Didn't notice any difference in Autopilot behaviour, and more importantly, shuffle is still broken