Tesla Autopilot cannot safely take you everywhere. It's a long way from standard cruise control.
The most recent beta for self-driving mode seeks to enhance even more.
The manufacturer recently discontinued the usage of radar and lidar in favour of the car's cameras.
YouTuber Marques Brownlee, a self-confessed geek and tech writer, drives a self-driving Tesla to his office.
"I will strive to interrupt this as few times as possible," Brownlee says as he steps into the automobile
This trip through an urban setting appears to be a baptism by fire for self-driving.
"Complete autonomy will be predicated on attaining reliability far above that of human drivers," according to Tesla.
Since the introduction of Autopilot with the Tesla Model S, the technology has undergone a decade of refinement