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Tesla Full Self-Driving FSD Beta Update 2020.48.35.1 Improves Driving Visualization

Tesla Full Self-Driving FSD Beta Update 2020.48.35.1 Improves Driving Visualization

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Tesla continues to improve FSD Beta, which, according to testers, is becoming more and more perfect. Owners have noticed a number of improvements in vehicle response, braking, and overall behavior that are more human-like. Today the company released a new FSD Beta Update 2020.48.35.1, which, among other things, introduces enhancements to the Driving Visualization.

Along with the new update, Tesla reminds testers to take it very seriously when activating full self-driving. Despite the fact that the system is being improved with each new update, it is still not perfect, and can make mistakes at the most inopportune moment.

In FSD Beta Update 2020.48.35.1, Tesla introduces Driving Visualization Improvements, which have been enhanced to better support full self-driving capabilities. When Full Self-Driving is engaged, the instrument panel will display an expanded visualization to show additional surrounding information. The apps on the left and right side of the instrument panel will be temporarily dismissed and the driving speed, Autopilot availability, Autopilot set speed, and detected speed limit will move to the bottom of the instrument panel.

In the new update, the driving visualization has been refreshed, and now offers a larger visualization to allow drivers to view more details of the road surroundings. The next turn will now appear above the visualization if the navigation turn list is covered by another app.

Additionally, select items have moved slightly but will continue to look and behave the same. Some notable differences include the following:

  • Quick access to the backup camera and wipers has moved to the bottom bar.
  • Indicator lights have been moved to the side of the touchscreen.
  • Autopilot set speed, Autopilot availability, and detected speed limit are now displayed next to the driving speed.

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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.

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