Tesla‘s Full Self-Driving Beta program is presently the subject of a government review. Nonetheless, the automaker pushed through with its update timetable. The FSD Beta Update v10.69.3 was first received by Tesla staff, as per InsideEVs.
The system update should soon be available to participants in the open beta program. As of now, only a small number of cars have it for internal testing before proceeding with a broader distribution.
Major architectural upgrades
There are no new features in the most recent FSD Beta v10.69.3 release. The system’s operation appears to have modified several variables, though.
Last month, CEO Elon Musk promised that this particular version would result in significant changes. According to him, it includes “several major architectural upgrades.” That considered, the upgrade was not prepared for its initial scheduled distribution date due to its complexity.
FSD Beta v10.69.3 has not yet been released to the general public. Hence, there are no available videos online. However, the most current public versions (v10.69.2.2 and v10.69.2.3) are shown in several videos. It demonstrates minor improvements but nothing particularly noteworthy compared to what has been observed recently.
The following changes are detailed in the release notes for v10.69.3: (See the Tweet below)
According to Teslarati, the FSD Beta 10.69.3 release notes reveal that Tesla has addressed several of the concerns raised by testers in earlier v10.69. versions. Tesla in particular reduced the velocity inaccuracy and improved lane selection.
Obviously, this latest update focuses on enhancing the system’s overall performance rather than adding new features.