Tesla could start using more detailed vehicle visualizations when Full Self-Driving (FSD )is enabled, according to a new report.
According to that report, Tesla showed off videos of the FSD in action using new vehicle models during AI Day 2.
We’d already seen some improvements in a recent software update, but the visualizations seen during AI Day 2 were even more impressive, with Not a Tesla App reporting that they included “various sizes of trucks, sedans and SUVs that have more accurately represented doors, windows, glass roofs, and wheels.”
However, it’s important to note that there is no guarantee that these new visualizations will ever see the light of day on the roads — they could just be what was added in for demonstration purposes.
It’s still not clear whether these updated visualizations are something Tesla was testing, an earlier version of the visualizations that eventually arrived in the 2022.16 update or a newer visualizations that will arrive in a future update.
While drivers might not be manually controlling the vehicle during FSD sessions, being able to more directly tie in what’s on-screen with what they’re seeing on the road could be beneficial.
Tesla recently announced that it was moving over to Tesla Vision and a camera-based system for its cars, ditching the radar-based system of previous models. That could in theory allow for these new visualizations, but time will tell whether that comes to fruition or not.
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