Tesla is tweaking its self-driving software to “eliminate the phantom braking problem” and

Tesla boss Elon Musk said that Tesla is tweaking its self-driving software to “kill the ghost slowing down issue” and may deliver an altogether improved variant inside the following half a month.

Tesla shares fell 2.7 percent to $600.42 in morning exchange, set out toward a third consecutive decay. US government and state controllers have been investigating Tesla’s semi-automated driving system following mishaps in Texas and different territories.

“I believe we’re possibly a little while away from wide beta. However, these things are difficult to anticipate precisely,” Musk said in a Tweet.

In April, Musk said he would be “surprised” if wide beta help was accessible later than June, calling a May dispatch “aspirational.”

In October, Tesla carried out a test case program of its since quite a while ago promoted beta full self-driving (FSD) technology to a set number of workers and clients, however has postponed the more extensive dispatch.

“We needed to zero in on eliminating radar and affirming security,” Musk said, alluding to its arrangement to depend on cameras for its system.

When asked by a Twitter client whether its vision-just system would eliminate the “apparition slowing down” issue, in which a Tesla vehicle in some cases applies a brake unexpectedly under a bridge or an extension, he said, “Yes.”

In March, Tesla disclosed to California controllers that it may not accomplish full self-driving technology before the current year’s over. It said it is presently offering a driver aide, level-2 technology that requires driver management.

Memberships to the software for the system would be offered inside a month, Musk said, without elaborating further.