Tesla had confirmed that its entire newly manufactured vehicles from October 2016 will have groundwork capabilities for its self-driving vehicles. But, one should not consider that its technology is set in stone. Electrek has informed that Tesla is silently furnishing production units of new Model 3, S and X with upgraded Autopilot hardware HW 2.5. You should not put your hardly used P100D for sale because it might not be upgraded with a day & night process. Electrek further indicated that the new advancement includes a secondary node to provide extra amount of computing power. A spokesperson also indicated that the company has adopted 2.5 due to adding computing and wiring redundancy and it will boost reliability very slightly.
It was also said that each HW 2.0 or later vehicle will have the fundamentals of self-driving functionality. It is also expected that these vehicles might require an upgrade the availability of entirely autonomy option and Tesla will upgrade those vehicles to 2.5 for free. This advancement will emphasize the fine line of Tesla when it comes to an upgrade. The electric vehicle manufacturer rotates around persistent repetition. But, it should meet the customer’s expectations who buy very expensive add-ons and assuming that they would ultimately get entire self-driving features. Tesla has a significant amount of headroom for upgrading its vehicles than current upgrade, but the company might not be able to do everything that might limit driverless tech.