Tesla’s FSD Fleet Achieves 1 Billion-Mile Milestone

The electric vehicle maker, Tesla, has revealed that its drivers have collectively covered over 1 billion miles using Full Self-Driving (FSD) technology. According to a graph shared by the company, the increase in cumulative FSD miles has been particularly significant in recent months, coinciding with the introduction of popular updates like FSD V12.

This achievement is noteworthy, especially when compared to the cumulative miles achieved by other leading autonomous driving companies in the market. However, despite this milestone, Tesla still has a long way to go before its self-driving system is widely accepted on a global scale.

It is anticipated that initiatives such as this will continue to drive the FSD program’s cumulative miles even higher. In a tweet from 2024, Tesla’s AI account celebrated the milestone, indicating the company’s progress and commitment to advancing autonomous driving technology.

It has been suggested that worldwide regulatory approval for Tesla’s self-driving system may require a total of 6 billion miles (10 billion km), as stated by Elon Musk in 2016. With the current fleet learning at a rate of just over 3 million miles (5 million km) per day, it is evident that substantial progress still needs to be made to meet these targets.

In conclusion, while reaching 1 billion cumulative miles is a significant accomplishment for Tesla, the company’s efforts to achieve widespread acceptance of its self-driving technology are ongoing.

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