Tesla has slowly been rolling
out the beta to its advanced — albeit misleadingly named — Full Self-Driving assistance software
Elon Musk-led company
has been relying on "safety scores" to decide who gets the upgrade
Some drivers, with a near perfect
score of at least 98 out of 100, have been able to try out the unfinished self-driving software on public roads
This weekend, Musk announced
that the beta is being expanded to another 100,000 cars, doubling the number in the program.
Tesla may have now scrapped or
greatly reduced the safety score requirements for the beta, and is allowing practically anybody to test out
There is a possibility that "the previous
owner was enrolled or something" since the car in question was recently bought used, Whole Mars Catalog pointed out.
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