Following the limited distribution of Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta software update, owners in the early access program almost immediately started posting photos and brief videos highlighting the new softwares updates. The new update enables turns on city streets and links to Tesla’s Navigate on Autopilot features. A virtually feature-complete self-driving system that drivers will still need to monitor at all times.
Now, in a new video posted today, uploaded by Tesla owner James Locke, we get and even closer look into Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta trying in an environmentally realistic 30-minute trip.
Locke was one of the few early access owners who received the Tesla FSD update. He decided to record an uninterrupted 30 minute FSD video during the daytime where we can see both the screen and the road. According to Locke “We simulated a normal commute for my wife from JPL in Pasadena, CA back to Santa Clarita superchargers. Used city streets to highways with interchanges and back to city streets and into the supercharger parking lot.”
Check out the full video below to get an in-depth look at what driving with Tesla’s Full-Self Driving Software is really like: