Tesla is known for pushing the boundaries of automotive technology and continuously improving the driving experience for its customers. With each over-the-air software update, Tesla cars receive enhancements and new features that go beyond just bug fixes.
A recent leak hints at an upcoming 2023.28 update that could potentially bring live object detection and several other useful features to Tesla’s already impressive cars.
Going toward the leaked details, the upcoming update could add a new object-on-road detection feature, which will immediately appear on the displays of other nearby Teslas. There could also be a Supercharger congestion fee for those charging beyond 80 percent.
In addition, the update is expected to unveil an autodial 911 feature when airbags deploy, improved alternate route suggestions, and more.
Peeked a bit into 2023.38, lots of stuff seems to be in motion.
Congestion fees added (if you charge above 80% on a congested supercharger)
"object on road" pushed by map service (waze-like, but detected by (other tesla) car visions?)
option to autodial 911 on airbag deploy
— green (@greentheonly) October 20, 2023