V10 is clearly a big step towards true FSD on highways . Equally as true, there remain many big hurdles, I.e., dealing with road debris, construction zones, accident blockages and reroutes, and maybe the toughest of all; overly aggressive and bad driving humans. I’m sure there are many more hurdles, this is just an example list
My question is not a debate on what should be on the list of challenges or the technical difficulty of the challenges. I believe that all will eventually be solved in Elon and regulatory time, but when??
My speculation, with no more knowledge than most, but simply as an observer and owner of a Tesla is that Tesla will release true FSD capability for highways within a year from now. Each State will then make their own decisions, but evidence will support legalization within 6 months from release. So... 1 and 1/2 years from now, we’ll be able to nap, watch Netflix, or whatever while the car safely takes down the highway. Thoughts?