My question is has anyone successfully gotten any Tesla model to successfully drive on autopilot from the base to the summit of Mt. Washington in New Hampshire.
For those of you who are not from New England, the land of the "this car climbed Mt. Washington" bumper sticker. There is a very narrow and winding road up the side of Mount Washington. The road comes very close to some fairly steep drops though not many sheer cliff faces. It does require the driver to pay close attention especially on the occasion someone is traveling down the mountain in the other lane.
I have been hunting through various forums and youtube videos and haven't found any good examples.
I have found new stories about a poorly planned attempt in a P85D. The car made it with no problem but the SuperCharger network was less robust years ago in the area and there was range anxiety about making it home according to the article found here with all of the details and typos ( https://www.boston.com/cars/news-and-reviews/2015/06/09/this-tesla-barel... )
I have also found some youtube videos of people attempting to activate autopilot only to get too nervous and take full control back moments later.
Now I realize the current v9 Autopilot is only officially for highways and V10 is supposed to add city streets.
I am curious though if anyone has successfully made it to the top on autopilot. I would also love Tesla's take on this and their confidence of the system being able to make it to the summit on its own (be it v9 or v10). Perhaps a demonstration would be fantastic. If it could navigate this road, with twists, turns, steep climbs, and steeper cliffs... all with lets just say less than standard road markings and little margin for error.
Would be glad for any info that is out there.