The other day Elon Musk revealed that the number of Tesla Full Self-Driving (FSD) autopilot beta users has already exceeded 100,000, although just six months ago there were only 2,000. At the same time, the billionaire is in no hurry to share any details about the work of FSD.
During a conference call after Tesla released its financial results for the first quarter of 2022, Musk was directly asked to release more data about Tesla FSD. To which the head of Tesla responded that it was better to evaluate everything himself by joining the FSD Beta program.
The best way to get your own evaluation is to join the FSD beta test, which now has over 100,000 people participating, and we expect a significant expansion this year. Here’s my recommendation: join the autopilot beta program, experience it for yourself, and pay attention to the rate of improvement with each release. We release updates about every two weeks. You’ll see our signature principle: two steps forward and one step back, but overall the rate of improvement is incredibly high. So, my recommendation for achieving your own evaluation is to try it yourself
And that would be all right, but the opportunity to fully try out FSD costs quite a bit of money. Not only do you need a Tesla car, and older modifications will not work. So you also need to pay an additional $12,000 to activate the FSD Beta function. In addition, it is necessary to get a high score in the Tesla driving evaluation system.