Elon Musk is teasing the upcoming Tesla “v11” software update that will be released during the holidays, and the CEO promises that Tesla will release requested features and some new surprise features that we do not know about.
Tesla is constantly updating new over-the-air software updates to its fleet with improvements to existing features and brand new features.
These are often somewhat minor changes, but Tesla also occasionally combines many changes and features into one major update, signaling a new “version” of its software.
The last one was Tesla v10 was released in September last year.
It brought UI changes, Tesla Theater, Caraoke and many improvements to existing features in Tesla vehicles for free.
Now Tesla is getting ready to release its software v11 and CEO Elon Musk suspects the release by saying it will be a fire:
In addition, the CEO thinks that Tesla will release “many” features that have been requested – along with new features that we do not yet know about:
“So many things you want and some I did not know you wanted.”
In terms of the features that have been requested, Musk talks about many features from last year that have not yet been converted into Tesla vehicles – making them potential candidates for inclusion in the Tesla v11 version.
For example, the CEO was speaking Tesla offers the ability to view through the Autopilot camera in the FSD package.
He also mentioned it Tesla will release an in-house video conferencing feature in its cars.
Musk has also spoken in the past Tesla vehicles can talk “soon” to people around it through its external speaker.
As mentioned earlier, Tesla is also working harder to bring video games to its vehicles.
We mentioned it earlier this year Tesla is creating a new group of video games and user interfaces.
We could see some of their work in a Tesla v11 version next month with more games being ported to Tesla vehicles.
What features do you want to see in the Tesla version in v11? Let us know in the comments section below.
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