Tesla v9.0 released: Dash Cam & more, but big Autopilot upgrade delayed

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Tesla has begun pushing out Software Version 9.0 to its cars, billing the update as its “most substantial” so far, and adding features like Dash Cam, remote navigation programming, and a new UI while paving the way for Navigate on Autopilot. The update has begun rolling out to Model 3, Model S, and Model X cars in North America, though will be distributed progressively.

Tesla v9.0 released: Dash Cam & more, but big Autopilot upgrade delayed

It’s worth waiting for, however. Some of the most-requested features arrive in Version 9.0, like Dash Cam. Any Model S, Model X, or Model 3 built with Hardware 2.5 (as of August 2017) can now use the forward-facing camera as a dash cam. That saves up to 10 minutes of footage to a USB stick plugged into one of the front row USB ports.

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