TechCrunch has the latest from Tesla’s upcoming software update for its all-electric Tesla Model S, the Tesla Model X and the Tesla Semi.
The update, to be available to owners of the Tesla Roadster and the Model S vehicles, is expected to be rolling out over the next few weeks.
The update is expected for a few weeks, though, as it’s being worked on as part of Tesla’s “Autopilot” software.
That software updates the Autopilot feature, which is designed to help drivers avoid unexpected collisions with cars and other objects, including the human driver.
The software update is coming with an introduction video that’s available on YouTube and via Tesla’s social media channels, which have a reputation for not taking kindly to teasing out the next big software update.
The video begins with a preview of the video and explains how to install the software update from the Tesla website.
Then, it’s shown a short clip of the Roadster, in which a young driver and his father talk about the latest update, as well as a brief description of how it works.
As for how to actually get the update, Tesla says you’ll need to have a valid driver’s license and insurance, and that the software is not available for purchase until December 6.
It also says the software will be available in the US only.
Tesla has said that all of its Autopilots are now capable of using this update, so you can expect it to be rolled out to all Model S and Model X vehicles at some point during the month of December.
As for when the update will arrive, Tesla’s customer service representatives say that it will “likely” be rolling it out sometime around January.
Tesla is still working on some of the details of how the update works, including how to get the car to detect whether a human driver is in the lane, but the company says that there are “no known issues with the driverless driving features of the Autosteer or Autopistol.”
Tesla has also said that the update won’t be available for all drivers.
The Roadster’s driver assist system and Autopir, for example, aren’t available to all drivers and don’t work with the Tesla Autopiler, so it won’t affect the Autos, according to Tesla.
In addition to the driver assist software update and the driver assistance update, the company is adding some new features that will help drivers on the road.
For example, the vehicle will now alert you when the front bumper of your Model S has been hit.
And Tesla says it will offer new Autopista features, such as lane-keeping alerts, to help keep the road clear.
The company also said it’s working on a new “Safety Alert” feature that alerts drivers if a car is in a “danger zone,” and will soon be available with the Roadsters.
In a statement, Tesla said it is excited to announce the update to the Autonomous Driving software and Roadster software.
It is also excited to introduce a new Safety Alert feature for the Road and Roadsters, which will provide immediate and immediate lane-keep assistance to all vehicles.
Tesla’s Roadster Roadster S will receive this new feature.
Tesla is also expanding the Safety Alert functionality in its Model X S, Model X SUV and Model S P90D SUV.
Tesla will begin rolling out these features to Roadsters in the coming weeks, the statement said.