Tesla Autopilot in Europe: Big Development Expected in March?

Tesla’s autopilot continues to cause some dissatisfaction, especially among European customers. Elon Musk gave March the date for a new release.

In Europe, the Tesla autopilot system is an advanced adaptive regulator. In fact, the laws of the Old Continent prevent the use of a fully autonomous driving car. However, many customers have reported speed limit issues. Others, and this is an increasingly common problem, complain of sudden system braking. A phenomenon that we had also observed during our long-term test of the Tesla Model 3.

On Twitter, a blogger turned to Elon Musk and asked for news for the European update. “European autopilot users complain every day of incorrect speed limits,” he wrote. He added that these users saw that their Tesla “did not reach the correct speed before passing the signal.” “I know the team is extremely busy, but it would be nice if someone investigated his case,” he said.

Musk reacted and gave a date for an evolution of the European autopilot, under certain conditions. “Our goal is to achieve a significant improvement for users outside the United States by March, based on legal approvals,” the billionaire wrote.

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