Since Tesla came to the market with the Model S and the subsequent Model X autonomous driving is has become popular (albeit not autonomous at all). The reason is that their cars are impressed by the high technological degree that incorporate and that the people of a free standing loves. In these years the Autopilot (as called in Silicon Valley brand) has been updated several times and it seems that there will soon be a new update.
Elon Musk, through his Twitter account, it has been reported to the owners of a Tesla the Autopilot will receive a new update in a very short time. In addition, has also commented that his engineering team is working seven days a week to make changes faster and better (we hope to pay them very well). Being thin we can see that the last time that Musk spoke of an update in the middle of this month of December was, but it seems to be to cause a slight delay.
In the video you have at the top you can see how they operate the new features of the enhanced Autopilot. But for this improvement follows a small problem that we do not know if the engineers are working on it. The Tesla Model S has been selling since the year 2012 and technology (cameras of vision, sensors and software) that incorporate has varied substantially over these four years. Therefore, a question arises the first Model S could incorporate the latest update that Musk has promised?
Vision systems, sensors and software are overwhelmed by new and many of the functions that may be the last first not can carry them out. Therefore, unless the Tesla engineers also are working to implement these improvements in older systems it is likely that the first Model S begin to be old technology in this regard because in security systems and driving assistants are still well above the average of the market.
It remains to be seen how Elon Musk and his team solve this ballot and get his Magnum Opus not breaking them in your hands.
Source – Tesla Motors
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