AutoComplete: Tesla updates Autopilot 2.0 cars with 8.1 software
Here's what making news on road show, Tesla has just released its version 8.1 software update in the US that's good news for model S and X drivers with autopilot 2.0 driver assistance systems, auto steers max speed has been raised to 80 miles an hour from 55.
Summon is now available for remote self parking and automatic lane change is also included too.
The new software is being released via over their update, with a world wide rollout planned in the coming days.
Toyota and Lexus aren't done showing off new cars yet this year.
Toyota plans to debut its FT-4X concept at the New York Auto show in April.
A new teaser photo hints at hardcore tyres, suggesting an SUV that might eventually duke it out with Ford's feature Bronco, and Jeep's Evergreen Wrangler.
Not to be outdone, Lexus plans to keep it fancy by debuting a refreshed NX crossover, not at New York, but instead, at the Shanghai Auto Show a week later.
Ford has four new recalls on its hands.
In all, some 500,000 North American Ford and Lincoln cars, SUVs and vans are affected.
The quartet of recalls however have nothing in common.
One involve use of engine fires.
Another experience on an earlier door lash recall.
And there are also issues with wind shield header wealth's and drive shafts that may shape drive lines to pieces.
No matter the recall, owners will be notified soon.
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