Elon Musk posted a message on his Twitter account revealing a Tesla vehicle software update, with some interesting surprises. The first is a small preview of what's new for the semi-autonomous system (FSD) that the manufacturer has been promising for some time, and supposedly would be released by the end of 2019.
The update introduces new features such as auto-driving on the freeways, autonomous parking, as well as the curious Summon mode, where basically the car comes to its owner from the car park. New features continue to add functions to make the vehicle increasingly autonomous. Tesla has recently launched new roadside pin recognition functionality, as well as vehicle autonomy planning routes that avoid cones.
In addition to FSD, the update also has two new games in the catalog: Stardew Valley and Lost Backgammon. The first is an indie RPG that puts players to experience country life, where they have to deal with a farm and everything related to agriculture. The other is based on the famous and one of the oldest board games.