With the end of the year approaching quickly, it’s time for Elon Musk to put his money where his mouth is. In November the Tesla CEO teased the companies v11 software stating it would be released before the end of the year. Well the time has come and Tesla owners are ready.
With only about a week left in 2020, Tesla owners are chomping at the bit to get their hands on the new software, and Musk is standing by his word reassuring it is coming and Tesla is just “ironing out a few bugs” before its launch.
The last bundle of over-the-air software update from Tesla was Tesla v10 which the company released September 2019. The update included UI changes, Caraoke, Tesla Theater, among other improvements inside the EVs at no additional cost. Since its v10 update, Tesla has consistently pushed new over-the-air software updates to improve existing features and as well as introduce brand-new features. The v11 update will be the companies first bundle of updates since last year and Tesla owners are anxiously waiting.
Musk was asked on Twitter if the software update should still be expected before the end of the year, and the CEO confirmed that it is:
Interestingly enough we haven’t seen any leaks of the Tesla’s new software, we just know Tesla will release “many” features that have been requested. When asked for any hints about the upcoming update Musk went on to tease a little more saying “so many things you want and some you didn’t know you wanted.”
Along with the v11 software update, the CEO has also said Tesla will move forward with a wider release of its Full Self-Driving Beta in the US and in Canada by the end of the year.