On his Twitter account, Elon Musk informed that the rewritten version of Autopilot would be most likely available in 2 to 4 months.
This rewrite brings a host of new functionality that will be verified for safety before the public release.
Musk says he believes that Level 5 (FSD, full self-driving) is possible by the end of 2020.
But it’s unknown how Tesla will be able to deploy FSD still this year. I’d be a very optimistic scenario, if we see full self-driving Teslas on the road before the year of 2021 begins.
In a video interview with the World Artificial Intelligence Conference, Elon Musk replied,
I’m extremely confident that level five or essentially complete autonomy will happen, and I think it will happen very quickly.
Besides, he also said that they would “have the basic functionality for level five autonomy complete this year.”
The Level 5 technology can drive the vehicle under all conditions and everywhere.
Now Tesla is working on the rewrite of its current Autopilot entire software stack, including the portion that labels items in the real world.