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Tesla Software updates - Australia

Discussion in 'Australia' started by Grenadine, Nov 3, 2019.

  1. Fazza

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    There was talk of subscription fsd ..wonder when that would be offered and how much that would be..?

    Also this 10k gas can really blow out the insurance premium and it's just bloody software
     
  2. AndrewSa

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    M3 on 36.10 . Interesting last night followed big removalist box truck that had tail lights on top left and right. M3 kept flickering up traffic lights ahead sometimes would slowdown a little as well. Goes to show car doesn't just rely on nav data for traffic lights. Also (as someone mentioned)car not easing into corners like it used to... no longer trust it on windy roads
     
  3. Rolond

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    Just installed 36.11 on M3 SR+ without FSD - the latest I see mentioned here is 36.10

    Anyone know what this one gives you?
     
  4. paulp

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    Generally the page on your screen tells you what the update contains. If that page is the same as the last update, then its just bug fixes that tesla dont want to declare as bug fixes.
     
  5. Flatbat

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    No user visible changes. It adds support for a new Model3 front/back invertor combination. Given the timing there is also some speculation it has something to do with Tesla Battery day announcements in a day or two, but I am not holding my breath on that one.
     
  6. jason66

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    I'm really feeling spoilt by Tesla. It's been 2 weeks since last update and I'm getting twitchy already for another!
     
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  7. Crustyman

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    I hear you on that, there must be a syndrome or something for that. WaFNU? Waiting For Next Update :)
     
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  8. paulp

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    Updates are a bit of a lottery this year. Some are good. Some arent noticable, and some break something.
    Hopefully tesla take no inspiration from microsoft’s efforts yesterday.
     
  9. Philbio

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    Twitchy or was you spider-sense tingling. 2020.40.0.1 up on TeslaFi.com Firmware Tracker
     
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  10. moa999

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  13. Philbio

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  14. moa999

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  15. GrimRe

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    2020.40.3 installing now. Sydney SR+
     
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  16. TheArtieChoke

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    FSD?
     
  17. GrimRe

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    Yes FSD

    Car now reads speed limits on side of road!
     
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  18. ZeeDoktor

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    2020.40.3 installed and can confirm it reads the speed limit signs. However, one caveat, it doesn't seem to understand AREA - we have many new 40 AREA zones in Sydney, those mean limit 40 until it says END 40 AREA. The car doesn't understand that and resets on the first intersection past the 40 AREA sign to 50 (the map based limit). So watch out!
     
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  19. Jjdsyd

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    My wife’s Model X has had the window venting for months. My (newer) Model S still doesn’t have it. Same thing with the option to beep on locking. Not a big deal, but curious the older car would have it first...

    While I am at it, my car is a HW2, MCU1 car with FSD. I still don’t have street light recognition of any kind. Is this because I am HW2?
     
  20. Hairyman

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    I was thinking that might be a problem.
     

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