Tesla rolls back 'Full Self-Driving' software owing to false crash warnings
In a tweet on Sunday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the rollback was due to "some issues" with version 10.3. "Seeing some issues with 10.3, so rolling back to 10.2 temporarily," Musk tweeted. "Please note, this is to be expected with beta software. It is impossible to test all hardware configs in all conditions with internal QA (quality assurance), hence public beta," he said.
New Tesla Cybertruck prototype spotted with mirrors: Report
According to the auto-tech website Electrek, a new Tesla Cybertruck sighting gives hope that the automaker might be testing a new prototype. Due to the low resolution, it's hard to glean a lot of information from the footage, but there's one thing that is clear -- the vehicle has side mirrors, the report said. Previous Cybertruck sightings showed that the prototype had no side mirrors.
Tesla begins rolling out 'full self-driving' software update: Musk
"Beta 10.2 now rolling out to cars with 100/100 safety score over 100 miles," Musk tweeted. "Rollouts will hold for several days after that to see how it goes. If that looks good, beta will gradually begin rolling out to 99 scores & below," Musk has tweeted earlier.
Nitin Gadkari again invites Musk to come and manufacture Tesla in India
Gadkari said: "I have told Tesla that don't sell electric cars manufactured in China, in India. You should manufacture electric cars in our country, and also export cars from India." The government may consider lowering import duty along with offering other sops to Tesla but for that the EV major would have to invest in setting up a manufacturing facility in the country.
Tesla Cyberquad will be the safest all terrain vehicle: Elon Musk
"We are definitely making Cybertruck here and so probably the ATV too. The ATV is an interesting design challenge because ATVs are pretty dangerous and we want to make an ATV that is the least dangerous ATV," Musk said. Musk added some details about how Tesla plans to make that happen.
Tesla increases Model 3, Model Y prices: Report
The price of Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus went from $39,990 to $41,990, Tesla Model 3 Long Range AWD price stayed at $49,990 and Tesla Model 3 Performance price went from $56,990 to $57,990, auto-tech website Electrek reported on Wednesday. The most significant change is the $2,000 price increase to the Model 3 Standard Range Plus, which has been Tesla's cheapest car.
Tesla pushes its full self-driving Beta v10: Report
The software enables Tesla vehicles to virtually drive themselves both on highways and city streets, but it is still considered a level 2 driver assist since it requires driver supervision at all times, reports Electrek. The driver remains responsible for the vehicle, needs to keep its hands on the steering wheel, and be ready to take control, the report said.
Tesla may release $25,000 electric car without a steering wheel in 2023
The CEO hinted that it might not even be equipped with a steering wheel, reports electrek.co. Musk earlier noted that this new price point is achieved through Tesla's new battery cell and battery manufacturing effort, which could reduce battery costs by over 50 per cent.
Tesla delays Cybertruck to late 2022: Musk
According to Electrek, there are a lot of eyes on the Cybertruck delivery timeline. Not only because of the popularity of the electric pickup, but also amid the current race to bring electric pickup trucks to the US in volume. On the order page, Tesla updated the footnotes to confirm that the configurator will be available when "production nears in 2022", the report said.
Four Tesla models approved for Indian roads
"Tesla has completed homologation and received approval for four of its vehicle variants in India," a Tesla Club India tweeted recently. "While we don't have any confirmation on names yet, these are probably Model 3 and Y variants," it added. Homologation is the process of certifying vehicles or a particular component in a vehicle that it has satisfied the requirements set by various statutory regulatory bodies.