Elon Musk cites ‘last minute concerns’ in delay of Tesla software rollout

Tesla delayed its rollout of Full Self-Driving Beta 10.2 software rollout due to last-minute concerns. CEO Elon Musk tweeted Saturday early. Musk apologized and said that the rollout would be completed on Sunday or Monday. He did not elaborate on the reasons for his concern.
There are a few concerns that may need to be addressed. Release possible on Sunday or Monday. We are sorry for the delay. Elon Musk (@elonmusk), October 9, 2021

Musk stated that the software would be available Friday to approximately 1,000 Tesla owners who have perfect safety scores of 100. After that, there will be a gradual rollout to those with scores below 99.

Tesla has been using the beta version FSD software for over a year. Despite serious concerns from the National Transportation Safety Board about its safety, Tesla began expanding FSD access to more cars last month. Tesla drivers must first be granted FSD access before they can use it. This is done using safety criteria that assess the possibility of your driving causing a collision in the future.

Owners who sign up for FSD beta must sign non-disclosure agreement. They are also asked to refrain from sharing online video clips of system errors. The FSD software does not make Teslas autonomous. Musk has stated that he believes the feature-complete version of the software can only drive someone from their home or office without human intervention, but will still need supervision.