Nearly 150,000 Tesla cars are using the company’s safety score. The tool was launched last month to determine whether owners can access the beta version of its Full Self-Driving software, executives said during its third quarter earnings call.
Nearly 150,000 cars are now part of the Full-Self Driving beta enrollment program; a fraction of drivers have been given access to the software. Only 2,000 drivers have been able to test the FSD program over the past year.Tesla launched a version 10.2 to around 1,000 additional owners with perfect safety scores.Tesla charges $10,000 for the FSD software, which CEO Elon Musk has promised for years will one day deliver full autonomous driving capabilities.
The latest FSD Beta is supposed to automate driving on highways and city streets. This app is at Level 2 driver assistance system that requires the driver to pay attention, have their hands on the wheel and take control at all times.