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Issue 241 - Cool Cyber T

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FSD Beta

FSD Beta 10.69.3 - First Drive & Impressions 📹
First look into 10.69.3. Maybe it is just my impression after watching this video, but it seems that the car slows closer to the stop and is not way ahead of it, as it did in the previous version. I recommend taking a look at 7:07 to see FSD handling an interesting and confusing situation.

Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta 10.69.3 in San Francisco 📹
Great night drive video by Whole Mars Catalog, with good narration. The car definitely seems much more calm and smooth.

 

Factories

Megafactory in Lathrop, CA 📹
I've said this before, I love seeing these videos of the factories 🤤.

 

Software Updates

Tesla brings distance measurements to cars with no ultrasonic sensors in 2022.40.4
According to Greentheonly, 2022.40.4 now receives parking distances from Autopilot when the car doesn't have ultrasonic sensors. If you are an owner without an ultrasonic sensor and have experienced this update, what is your feedback?

Zoom in your Tesla? 📹
Zoom has officially announced that Tesla owners will be able to use Zoom from their cars soon. In the video, the Zoom app seems to be using the cabin camera located above the rear-view mirror. 

 

Rare vehicles

Tesla displays its rarest vehicles in the new Petersen exhibit
The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles has announced a new exhibit called 'Inside Tesla'. In it, the museum will be exhibiting some of Tesla's rarest vehicles, including the 2005 prototype of the Roadster, the 2020 next-gen Roadster, the 1M Tesla produced, the Model S plaid that we saw flying around Nürburgring, the ATV, the 2019 Cybertruck prototype, and the Model 3 and Model X original prototypes. It's rare to see these in person, not to say all of them in the same place, if you happen to be in LA sometime within the next year or so, the exhibit will be open between November 22, 2022, and October 22, 2023.

Cool Cyber T 📷
Really cool T logo in the Cybertruck prototype, Cyber T? As Ryan hoped in his tweet, I do hope as well this and other cool small visual details make it into production.

 

🤓 What the acronym

As a Tesla fan, I find myself sometimes having to remember what are all those acronyms, here is a list of the ones you can find in this issue.
  • ATV - All-Terrain Vehicle
  • FSD - Full Self-Driving
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