- Tesla has started sending software updates to the Model 3 and Model Y units in the U.S., carrying version number 2021.4.15.2.
- This comes a few days after the company sent out version 2021.4.15.1 to its EVs, though this update has now been removed.
- Based on current information, this update will most likely contain minor bug fixes and cold weather improvements.
Owners of the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y in the U.S. are now seeing an OTA update with the model number 2021.4.15.2.
Interestingly, this comes days after Tesla sent the 2021.4.15.1 update to its EVs. However, it has now been revealed that this update has been pulled, thus explaining why the 2021.4.15.2 software is now reaching some Teslas.
As per TeslaScope’s website, the update has been spotted on a Model 3 AWD in North Carolina, though there’s no information on the region where the Model Y update was reported.
Given that this update is still at a pretty early stage, there’s no information on the changelog. However, this is likely a minor bug-fixing update and hence won’t introduce any new features to the mix. So don’t get your hopes up.
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