According to domestic media reports, Tesla recently pushed the latest 2019.40.2 system update to the owner, pushed the latest 2019.40.2 system update to the owner, Autopilot features further upgraded, the addition of “Adjacent Lane Speed Adjustment” and ” The Autocruise Stop Sign Warning function allows the car to adjust its speed and sense of the driving status in front of the road depending on the speed of other vehicles on the road.
According to an updated image uploaded by Twitter users, the “adjacent lane speed adjustment” feature means that cars can adjust their speed depending on the speed of other vehicles on the road. Autopilot automatically slows down your vehicle when it’s significantly faster than a vehicle in an adjacent lane.
When your vehicle is significantly slower than the car in the adjacent lane, the lane is highlighted with an arrow, and the vehicle in the lane will be grayed out in the map navigation interface to alert the driver to the changing driving environment around.
The improvement sits similar to an enhanced version of the Traffic Sense Cruise Control (TACC) feature. Back in 2014, Tesla’s Autopilot system added traffic-aware cruise control (TACC) to automatically control the vehicle’s cruising speed based on the speed of the vehicle in front. Now, in addition to sensing the vehicle in front, but also to sense the surrounding lane of vehicle driving information, better to ensure driving safety.
In addition, Autopilot has added an “auto cruise stop sign warning”, which means that when you are using Autosteer, you receive a warning if you are near a stop sign or a red light.
Tesla’s emergency launch is largely due to a recent auto accident at Autopilot. On December 7, a Tesla Model 3 reared a parked police car on Interstate 95 in Connecticut. The car’s Autopilot Advanced Driver Assistance system was on at the time of the accident.