Tesla Autopilot 2.0 update should come out tomorrow

Tesla Autopilot 2.0 update should come out tomorrow

Autopilot software version 8.1 and the P100D Ludicrous

Autopilot software version 8.1 and the P100D Ludicrous "Easter Egg" speed upgrade may take another month for Autopilot 1.0

Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to let customers know that the Tesla Autopilot 2.0 update may be ready to come out tomorrow. Tesla is doing everything it can to honor the promised timeline and get the update in place. However, software version 8.1 must be pushed back another month.

Musk explained that they are currently working on a fix that addresses an issue when the systems boot on "subzero cold-soak." Unfortunately, the issue is also pushing back the much-anticipated Tesla P100D Ludicrous "Easter Egg" speed upgrade, but if the fix works, the upgrade will follow in the coming days.

Musk explained that the updates that are coming along in a day or so are part of the process of getting Autopilot 2.0 set up to reflect the features from the first version, that have thus far been missing.

As usual, some updates, like those to the user interface and media center, will affect all vehicles. In late January, all vehicles will get the software version 8.1 update, along with the Linux kernel upgrade. The Linus kernel upgrade should provide substantial speed and overall interface improvements.

via Electrek