Tesla has released FSD Beta in Europe and Australia for several vehicles. This move shows that the manufacturer is moving forward with its plans to roll out the feature worldwide.
Tesla continues to work on FSD Beta, which will make cars autonomous. The feature is currently being actively tested in North America, with the US having the largest number of testers. According to Teslascope, the company already has testers outside of North America.
Platform data showed that the company has distributed FSD Beta to at least three vehicles outside of North America that have received the feature update so far. A Model S P100D with 3.0 hardware received update 2023.12.9 in Belgium. Model S Plaid with 3.0 hardware received the same FSD Beta version in Germany. Also, Model 3 Standard Range in Australia received FSD Beta v. 2023.12.5.
The spread of FSD Beta outside of North America indicates that the company has achieved excellent success in developing the feature. In addition, this hints that Tesla is actively working around the world to provide its customers with the best driving experience.
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