I know fsd beta isn't level 5, but it's very similar to how a level 5 feature should operate, minus any expectation that the user take over. With FSD beta, you can drop the pin anywhere on the map, and the car will try to drive on public roads to get there. This is unlike Waymo's level 4 system, where you are limited in where you can drop the pin.
Well, Tesla's FSD has a L5-like ODD. We see that in the fact that Tesla has developed features for every piece of L5's ODD. Smart summon and Auto Park covers the parking lot ODD, NOA covers the highway ODD and FSD Beta covers the city/residential ODD. Of course, we know that FSD is L2. Basically, FSD is a L2 system but with the ODD of L5.
There are some key things missing to be L5. For one, FSD is missing some OEDR, hence why it needs a human driver and is L2. Also, FSD requires driver intervention sometimes at the beginning or end of a trip so it is not truly "end to end". You can input any destination but I don't think you can drop any point and have the car drive and auto park on its own, can it? If FSD beta can drive you to a point on the map but you need to take over to get to your preferred drop off point or park the car, then it is not L5. Last, summon is a key part of L4/L5. A L4/L5 car can drive with no human so you should be able to summon it from anywhere as well. We see this with Waymo. A person in the geofenced area can summon the Waymo car from the app and the car will come to you and pick you up. FSD Beta obviously can't do that yet since it is L2. One thing that shows that Waymo is L4 is that it is truly "end to end" FSD in the geofenced ODD. You can summon the car, and it comes to you, drives you, and drops you off, with no input other than pushing the "start ride" button. L5 needs to be similar just without geofencing. L5 means you can summon the car, and it picks you from anywhere, takes you anywhere and drops you off anywhere, with no input from you other than pushing "start" when you are settled in and ready for the car to go.