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Tesla released the Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control feature about two months ago. Although this feature still has areas for improvement, it is obvious that it will be one of the most important today. Now this Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control feature (Beta) has been released for Tesla owners in Canada.
A new feature has been included in software update 2020.20.13. The smart release notes for Tesla's new software update are now available on the teslascope.com.
The update includes:
The smart release notes for Tesla software update 2020.20.13 are now available exclusively on our platform.— Teslascope (@teslascope) June 11, 2020
– Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control (Beta)
– GPS Update
– Fallout Shelter
– Theater Mode Improvements
– TRAX Improvementshttps://t.co/T4dZabEweE https://t.co/j5ETXC1uMA
Last week, Twitter user @akidesir contacted Tesla CEO Elon Musk and ask, when new features became available to residents of Canada. Musk replied that new features will be available to them starting June 11th.
Thursday— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 6, 2020
Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control is designed to recognize and respond to traffic lights and stop signs, slowing your car to a stop when using Traffic-Aware Cruise Control or Autosteer. This feature will slow the car for all detected traffic lights, including green, blinking yellow, and off lights. As your car approaches an intersection, your car will indicate the intention to slow down via a notification, slow down, and stop at the red line shown on the driving visualization.
2020.20.13 just hit with "Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control (Beta)" activated for Canada, Australia and New Zealand.— green (@greentheonly) June 11, 2020