Tesla has begun pushing a new Full Self-Driving Beta v11 software update to a larger group of beta testers, following a delay in its rollout.
The update aims to merge Tesla’s FSD and Autopilot highway stacks, allowing Tesla vehicles to drive autonomously to a destination entered in the car’s navigation system.
However, drivers must remain vigilant and ready to take control at all times. Since the responsibility rests with the driver and not Tesla’s system, it is still considered a level-two driver-assist system.
The new update features several improvements to the new single stack as well as new visualizations that give drivers more insights into what FSD Beta is doing.
The release notes for FSD Beta v11.3.1 include an enabled FSD Beta on the highway, which unifies the vision and planning stack on and off the highway and replaces the legacy highway stack that was over four years old.
The update also improved recall for close-by cut-in cases by 15%, improved the position of the ego in wide lanes, improved handling during scenarios with high curvature or large trucks, and made turns smoother.
Tesla’s FSD Beta program currently has over 400,000 owners in North America, but the majority has yet to receive significant updates as the FSD Beta v11 update has been stuck in testing within Tesla’s closed fleet since November 2022.