The timetable isn’t precisely what Elon Musk at first anticipated, however the HW2 Autopilot overhaul is at long last taking off for all vehicles of Tesla Motors made since mid-October 2016. Tesla CEO Musk uncovered this in a tweet late Sunday night.
Be that as it may, as the tweet clarifies, the upgrade won’t really be a working one. It could be the finish of the prior week it really kicks in. Right now, despite the fact that it will download to the auto, it doesn’t have any discharge notes.
The autos made since mid-October are new-era vehicles and 1,000 of them got the Autopilot 8.1 overhaul Jan. 1. At the time, Musk had said the whole armada of HW2 — another way to say “equipment 2” to allude to the new-era autos — vehicles will get the overhaul in a week or something like that. Possibly the organization took more time to check handle information than it anticipated.
This could bring about some tension for HW1 proprietors, who were guaranteed the redesign toward the finish of January, furnished everything ran well with the HW2 upgrade. Yet, seeing the postponement in the HW2 redesign, which might be incited just by Jan. 20 or later, the HW1 upgrade may extend into February. In answer to somebody on Twitter, Musk remained reserved.
Prior, he had said the Autopilot 8.1 redesign for HW1 will incorporate a Linux part overhaul, probably expected to run the new form.