Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Wednesday asked Tesla owners not to complain about an assisted driving feature that the electric vehicle maker is expected to launch as a paid service in the future. While the customer claimed that the company’s full self-driving feature still needed intervention, Musk said that the version of the company’s full self-driving system used by the customer was an early beta release, which he had previously requested to use. Feature release
On Wednesday, Musk responded to Tesla owner James Locke’s tweet highlighting problems with the company’s full-self-driving beta. “Unfortunately I have to say that I still have to intervene to fix #FSDBeta 10.69 in my area. There’s still a lot of work to do,” the user said on Twitter, suggesting a Tesla CEO response, not to report them. A feature that is in beta testing.
10.69 is in limited release for a reason. Please don’t ask to be included in an early beta release and then complain.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) 23 August 2022
“10.69 is in limited release for a reason. Please don’t ask to be included in an early beta release and then complain,” Musk responded to a user on Twitter, who claims They have already spent a total of $32,000 (Rs. 25,52,800 approx) to use the feature.
Another user asked Musk apologized to the user, but he refused, to tell Key users contacted him directly, asking to be included in the “soon” beta, which included a thousand cars, mostly Tesla employees. “There’s obviously issues with the early beta or it’s going to be rolled out widely, so it’s wrong to publicly criticize what he’s asking for,” Musk said.
Tesla recently declared It will increase the price of its full self-driving to $15,000 (roughly Rs. 11,96,600), while customers can buy the feature for $12,000 (roughly Rs. 9,57,300) till September 5. It was introduced for the first time. $3,000 (roughly Rs. 2,39,300) means its price has now increased five times its original price.