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Tesla FSD Beta v12.2. released for internal testers

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FSD Beta V12.2

Tesla is now testing the latest build of full self-driving (FSD) beta v12.2. In the past few weeks, the company has been seeding new version 12 builds before its wide release.

Teslacope reported that Tesla is sending FSD beta v12.2 for employees and special groups as of February 9, 2024. It’s happening for the first time in the recent history of releases.

As noted previously, the company only tests internal builds with employees and Tesla has thousands of internal testers.

FSD Beta 12:

Tesla released the first internal test software for FSD Beta 12 between November and December. A major change in FSD 12 comes as an end-to-end neural network, which means that the vehicle has been deciding its move.

The end-to-end neural network uses training data from millions of video clips and replaces the supervised instructions that the vehicle has been receiving in the past versions of FSD.

Earlier in January, Tesla released another internal version FSD Beta v12.1.1 for employees. Later in that month, Tesla seeded FSD v12.1.2 but this time a few of the public testers also got this build on their FSD subscribed cars.

Hands-on of the beta version revealed that the driving has been improved and feels more natural compared to the past version. The breaks are more smoother as well as lane changing and object recognition.

Rollout:

Tesla CEO, Elon Musk said “FSD v12 marks a new era in the path to full autonomy” during Q4 and 2023 earnings call in January. Musk added that FSD version 12 could rollout to all of the FSD customers in the U.S. over the next few weeks.

“That’s over 400,000 vehicles in North America” he mentioned the total number of vehicles that will be getting an upgrade over the new FSD version.

However, the FSD version 12 is still limited to internal employees, at least for now.

(via – Teslarati)