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Tesla FSD Beta V11.3 Now Accepting Voice Drive Notes from Testers for Improvement

Tesla FSD Beta V11.3 Now Accepting Voice Drive Notes from Testers for Improvement

New V11.3 visualization on the highway. Image: @clteaa/Twitter

Tesla FSD Beta V11.3 deployed to employees is now accepting voice drive-notes from testers, according to the release. The new function will help more quickly, conveniently, and safely for drivers, to improve the function.

Tesla continues to improve its full self-driving (FSD) Beta. The recent leak of the V11.3 release, which is currently only being distributed to employees, showed that the company is expanding the ability for testers to report issues they encounter during testing. According to the available information, it is now possible for users to make and send voice notes to describe the experience. This method is very convenient and will provide the opportunity to collect even more data on driver interventions in the driving process during the testing of FSD Beta. It will also speed up the transfer of information to the company, which can play an important role in improving the feature faster.

“Added voice drive-notes. After an intervention, you can now send Tesla an anonymous voice message describing your experience to help improve Autopilot.”

Last year, some testers reported that they had difficulty transmitting messages containing information about issues experienced with FSD. Apparently, after this, Tesla worked on improving how to make submitting reports from testers more convenient, faster, and more meaningful. As the number of vehicles with FSD Beta continues to increase, process optimization is an important step. In addition, the testers themselves have long wanted Tesla to add the ability to submit voice reports.

FSD Beta V11.3 already uses a single stack for both highways and city streets. However, this version is still distributed only to company employees and is a completely new level of FSD. As soon as it is polished, it will become available to a wider range of testers.

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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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