It is worth mentioning that there has been no official confirmation of the existence of Elon Mode. Nevertheless, the thread by GreenTheOnly seems to express positivity regarding this alleged feature. They commend the absence of nagging while driving 600 miles in fairly busy traffic and acknowledge Tesla’s progress in detecting debris. However, they caution that Elon Mode is still a significant work in progress, citing unexpected lane changes and relatively slow driving speed as setbacks.
Considering all of the above, it is reasonable to assume that even if Tesla confirms the development of Elon Mode, it will take some time before it becomes available to Full Self-Driving (FSD) drivers, assuming it ever happens. It is encouraging to see Tesla potentially addressing the issue of frequent and distracting nagging, which users have criticized for diverting their attention from the road.
However, the persisting concern of random and unprompted lane switches is still being addressed, and utilizing incomplete code on public roads poses significant risks for drivers using an already controversial system. If Elon Mode is indeed being developed, it is hoped that it will undergo thorough confirmation and be released only when it is entirely ready. Furthermore, it might be advisable to retain Elon Mode as an internal codename.
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