I think in their mind they are thinking "safety disengagements".In early beta Elon claimed he could drive home and to work without disengagements so I dunno lol
I was recommending FSD to potential buyers as recently as late last year, but now it's become clear that leasing is a much better option."anything Elon says about where they'll be "this year" simply isn't paying attention"
No kidding, everything is right around the corner, you will be able to have your car work for you as a robotaxi while your at work very soon.
FSD by the end of the year has been said for several years. The new Dojo will make these improvements even faster, blah blah blah for a long while.
I do believe what has come out is fairly impressive but way way short of the hype behind it. It also looks to me like these improvements have plateaued.
Number of new installs has dropped, frequency of updates have dropped and improvement have been way short of "mind blowing".
I do wish Tesla to excel in this arena and I still recommend this car to anyone that ask. Truly have enjoyed the performance and smoothness of the car but can not recommend the $12,000.00 price tag for the FSD, it is simply not there and I still dont see it there for a while.
I heard > 100K are in beta program, it was 60K 12/21, maybe they are just counting the ‘active’ users? Its a waste giving it to people who don’t use it, while there is prob tons of paid 10-12K paid FSD buyers asking, waiting for itThe statement from Tesla just says that they increased the number of vehicles with FSD Beta to 60,000. So I think 60,000 is just how many cars Tesla has sent FSD Beta to and presumably, the owners turned FSD Beta on. That's how interpret the statement from Tesla. So no, we don't know if all 60,000 vehicles are active testers. It is possible that some of them got FSD Beta but don't use it very often.
how many are suspended due to software or hardware bugs?