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V10 first impressions and bugs

Discussion in 'Australia' started by sauhsoj, Sep 30, 2019.

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  1. memetz

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    thanks mate. I'm just too impatient LOL :)
     
  2. dasn

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    I've had V10 for over a week, P3+ on 'advanced'. The download happened when I went to supercharge at the Tesla service center at St Leonards Sydney. It auto connected to the Tesla WiFi, had a quick chat with a Model X owner where he was telling about V10. I sat back in the car and it was downloading the update.

    Perhaps a trick is to head to the service centre and connect to the Tesla WiFi?
     
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  3. PJF000

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    Works every time if you want the upgrade and can get to the SC
     
  4. Kangojack

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    I’ve noticed using V10’s on Autosteer the car abruptly applies the breaks when cornering when it sees a car is parked on the hard shoulder.
    Has anyone else noticed this?
    It’s a bit scary breaking hard while cornering.
     
  5. OzVic

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    Yes, not great if you have passengers or a car up your clacker.

    Does it in Autosteer and TACC.

    It's so obvious to me .. why can't the AI tell the cars are parked! ;)

    I hope hitting the accelerator is an 'event' for the Autopilot team and is uploaded for further analysis. Continually have to keep reminding the car to keep going!
     
  6. QldDan

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    Here mate 20191009_174034.jpg 20191009_174040.jpg
     
  7. Kangojack

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    On the few occasions that this has happened (only been driving our SR+ for 3 days) the car has recovered by accelerating around the corner. Even more scary than braking. :eek:
     
  8. Gnat666

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    I don't think its V10 specifically, but as a new user I don't like the FSD drop-out, its NOT obvious from the noises that its dropped from full steering into simple cruise control ... been a few occasions I was surprised by the car "drifting" off the road.
    And the blue wheel isn't glaringly obvious in your peripheral vision.
    Needs a very specific/different Tone when FSD disengages I feel.

    Don't have too much pre-V10 FSD experience, but the dancing cars being gone is good :D
    A couple times its be scared sideways a bit by a car travelling beside me.
    Otherwise most drop-outs, hesitations or braking events were somewhat justified. i.e. driving straight into the sun, construction areas with bad line markings.
    1 failed lane change (dropped out straight away) didn't make a lot of sense at the time.

    Had some Spotify "spinning circle" events, but thinking about it now, suspect its when I'm back away from house Wi-Fi
    Listening to radio for 5 minutes then flipped back to Spotify was fine.
     

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