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Putting Tesla’s Autopilot to the ultimate test in my Model Y: The Worst Los Angeles Freeway Interchanges! LA Traffic is notoriously bad, and the design of the freeways is no help. How can autopilot handle merging onto the 101, 110, 210, 605, 10, and 5?
Software: 2020.28.6 in Model Y.
Lane Change Confirmations: Off
Following Distance: 1
Speed Based Lane Changes: Average
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Tesla sells a Full Self Diving Package for $8000 for all of their cars, and the main feature of this package is Navigate on Autopilot, which Tesla says includes
“automatic Driving from Highway on-ramp to off-ramp including interchanges and overtaking slower cars”. So essentially, once I get on the freeway, the car should be able to drive me all the way until my exit, no matter where I route it.
So, I decided to put Autopilot to the ultimate test, and route myself through some of the craziest freeway interchanges in Los Angeles, during rush hour.
I started by routing myself from the 210 over to USC which required me to take the 210. 605, 10, 101, and 110. Then I did a bunch more crazy interchanges downtown and out in Glendale, and we had some success, and some failures from Autopilot. The video will be a little out of order since it took a bit to really get into the heat of traffic, but I’ll be sure to let you know everything that’s going on.
For the purposes of the test, I let the software determine everything, and had Lane change confirmations turned off. So if I’m hanging out in the passing lane, or doing any stupid driving maneuvers, it’s the software okay….not me! Normally I would take over in these scenarios but I wanted to see what the car would do for this video.
Also for all of you Tesla nerds out there, I’m on software version 2020.28.6 in the Model Y with Hardware 3.0, speed based lane changes are on Average, and my following distance is set to 1. . Alright lets get into it.
For today’s test, I’m driving in my Tesla Model Y, and using Full Self Driving, or FSD with Navigate on Autopilot with Lane Change Confirmations turned off. I try lots of crazy freeway interchanges, merges, and intersections all throughout downtown Los Angeles during rush hour, and see how Autopilot can handle in LA Traffic. LA Traffic Autopilot.
You’ll see times when Autopilot does a great merge, or a terrible merge, as well as some cases of the Model Y doing phantom braking. You’ll get to see just how non-courteous LA drivers are, and see how angry they can be from time to time. I’m glad it wasn’t an accident in one of those “Autopilot Accident” videos, and overall I’m glad that in general, Autopilot seems to do incredibly well.
Tesla’s Full Self Driving package includes:
Auto Lane Change
Navigate on Autopilot
Recognize and Respond to Traffic Lights and Stop Signs
And soon: Autosteer on City Streets.
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We saw some pretty big extremes from Autopilot today putting it through some really tough circumstances with crazy freeway onramps, merges, interchanges, and lane changes.=. Sometimes it did a really great job and did no better or worse than I would have done, but sometimes it just sat there and waited for a gap and did a really poor job.
Overall, really exciting technology, and I’m super excited to see what the future holds. Also just to reiterate, I don’t use it to this extent every time I drive. ‘d typically take over much sooner in all of the times it failed throughout this video.
Some topics covered:
Tesla Autopilot Traffic
Tesla Autopilot LA Traffic
Model Y Autopilot
Tesla Autopilot Merges
Tesla Autopilot Freeway Interchanges