Tesla FSD Beta V11.3.3 is receiving good reviews from longtime users of the advanced driver-assist system. But while V11.3.3 seems to be getting released to a larger number of users, CEO Elon Musk has noted that the system still needs a round of refinement.
While responding to a Twitter post about Tesla’s rollout of V11.3.3, Elon Musk explained that FSD Beta is pretty close, though another round of refinement is needed. “It’s close. One more round of refinement needed,” Musk wrote.
When asked for more details, the Tesla CEO explained his tweet. “Still a few legacy NNs using single cam, single frame that need to move to surround video,” Musk wrote.
Musk’s comments highlight the hard work that Tesla has put into making Autopilot as capable as possible. If Musk’s statement is accurate, then it would seem like Autopilot and FSD’s full use of surround video is indeed at hand. This should pave the way for more substantial improvements to the capabilities of Autopilot and FSD.
FSD Beta V11.3.3’s release notes suggest that the update was focused on bug fixes. Despite this, Tesla appears to have hit gold somewhat with V11.3.3, as numerous FSD Beta users have posted positive reviews of the update. Some have even remarked that V11.3.3’s performance is notably better than Navigate on Autopilot, which has been tried and tested over the years.
FSD beta V11.3.3 initially saw a small rollout, but it was soon followed by a wider release. Across the United States and Canada, Tesla owners reported that they received the V11.3.3 update over the weekend. The wider release of the FSD Beta update was tracked and listed by Tesla tracking services such as Teslascope and TeslaFi, both of which saw a wave of V11.3.3 installations as of late.
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