Tesla has recently released its latest version of Full Self-Driving (FSD) v11.3.3, which is said to be a significant improvement from the previous version. With over 400,000 FSD Beta users in North America, Tesla is steadily increasing the confidence of its users in the autonomous driving technology.
Major improvements seen in V11.3.3 is the ability for Tesla vehicles to automatically change lanes on the highway when there is a slow car ahead, instead of asking for confirmation, the car will smoothly transition into a faster lane, making the driving experience more seamless.
Another notable feature is the car’s ability to detect large trucks and vehicles while passing them on the highway, car will now move 18 inches to the left or right in the lane, ensuring a safe distance is maintained between the vehicle and the truck.
For the first time ever, center lane lines are now displayed on dirt roads, even in adverse weather conditions such as mud or snow. This is a significant advancement in autonomous driving technology, as it allows for safer navigation when road markings are not clearly visible.
Moreover, Tesla vehicles can now safely navigate around large puddles and snow on the road, ensuring a smoother driving experience for users.
Elon Musk response to this latest FSD v11.3.3 , FSD software will soon be able to incorporate multi-camera fusion input, allowing for dynamic images arranged in chronological order. This will replace the current single-camera single-frame input system, improving the overall performance of the FSD.