Last updated 25-Sep-2023
We mine the fleet of 2019 Model 3 cars we are aware of, looking for the current live software versions being run in each car. Whena new software version is released, it may only be for a specific subset of cars, maybe the 2021+ Model S cars, and while you may see a lot of active discussion about a software release, it is simply not rolling out to your car at present. We also list the latest map versions for each region.
The data are the live statistics and are continually updated. We use that data to bring you the key stats. The results can be filtered by model, year, or both.
Versions currently live
The current commonly run versions at this time:
These are the most common software releases on Tesla cars currently. There are a number of reasons why cars may not be on one of the latest releases including:
These are the downloads, including map updates, Tesla started pushing to cars on each day over the last few days. The percentage is of the fleet:
The single most important thing to do to get the latest updates is to keep the car connected to a decent wifi connection.
These are the most up to date map versions available in Tesla cars in each region, plus the earlier versions for reference.
for North America
for South East Asia
for Hong Kong
for Middle East
for Hong Kong
Tesla traditional naming convention is year.week.xx which will help you age approximately any version, although Tesla do tend to slip over the course of the year. 2022.8 would be around the 8th week of the 2022, or February/March 2022, whereas 2022.44 would ordinarily be October/November but actually came out in December. New version of the maps tend to come out every 6-8 months so using the week number you can estimate when the next version should be due by adding 26 - 34 to the week number. NA is currently showing as week 28, adding 26 takes us to 54 (or week 2 in the next year), adding 34 takes us 62 (week 10 in the next year) so we should expect a new release in Q1 2023 for the NA market.
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