Called FSD (for Full Self Driving), the latest beta version (FSD 10.3) of Tesla's autonomous driving software has just been deactivated, because the manufacturer has detected anomalies such as emergency braking without apparent explanation.

For safety reasons, the Californian manufacturer has therefore decided to temporarily suspend the tests carried out by its own customers, and this while it is the subject of an investigation by the NHTSA (the American federal road safety agency), concerning incidents between Tesla who used the Autopilot.

Since its inception, the brand has used to test beta versions of its new software by owners, who communicate their impressions.

A unique way of proceeding in the automotive world.

Obviously, the FSD is not on point, since it has withdrawn less than 24 hours after it was put into service.


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