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Tesla puts Full Self-Driving beta on hold after Elon Musk expresses 'last minute concerns'

Tesla puts Full Self-Driving beta on hold after Elon Musk expresses 'last minute concerns'

The launch of Tesla's Full Self-Driving Beta is delayed.
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Tesla's Full Self-Driving Beta for drivers with "perfect" safety scores is delayed.




FSD Beta was originally planned to launch on Friday at midnight to approximately 1,000 drivers with safety scores of 100 out of 100.




Tesla's Autopilot feature has been criticized by regulators and lawmakers who say the name makes drivers think the cars are autonomous.


Tesla's Full Self-Driving Beta for drivers with "perfect" safety scores was delayed on Saturday after CEO Elon Musk tweeted about "safety concerns."FSD Beta was originally planned to launch on Friday at midnight to approximately 1,000 drivers with safety scores of 100 out of 100, Musk wrote on Twitter on Thursday. After the first launch, FSD Beta was then supposed to roll out to divers with a score of 99 and below."A few last minute concerns about this build. Release likely on Sunday or Monday. Sorry for the delay," Musk tweeted on Saturday morning.-Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 9, 2021
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