Last updated 21-Sep-2023
When Tesla issue a new software release, the roll out may not be to all models, years or countries of cars. This page details what stats we know about the roll out of release 2020.12, the extent and rate of the roll out, and a heat map showing which cars, of what age, and in which regions are on the release. The statistics are taken from our own data, we do not simply take data from other websites and reproduce them here.
Release 2020.12 includes Bluetooth, Driving Visualization, Language Support, Regenerative Braking, Third-Party Charging Stations, Track Mode, Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control (Beta), Voice Command, Dashcam Viewer, Out of Order Supercharger Stalls, Performance and Launch Mode.
For more detailed information, we also provide detailed release notes for release 2020.12 which expands on all the features, bugs and undocumented changes in the release. The notes cover 2020.12.1, 2020.12.11.1, 2020.12.11.2, 2020.12.11.5, 2020.12.5, 2020.12.6 versions.
Percentage of cars on this release
Percentage of HW2.5 cars on this release
Percentage of HW3 cars on this release
Percentage of HW4 cars on this release
Percentage of Model S cars on the release
Percentage of Model X cars on the release
Percentage of Model 3 cars on the release
Percentage of Model Y cars on the release
Percentage of 2021+ Model S cars on the release
Percentage of 2021+ Model X cars on the release
Percentage of 2021+ Model 3 cars on the release
Percentage of 2021+ Model Y cars on the release
Percentage HW4 Model S cars on the release
Percentage of HW4 Model X cars on the release
Percentage of HW4 Model 3 cars on the release
Percentage of HW4 Model Y cars on the release
The following charts show a model/year heatmap for the release in each region, a green background indicates the release is currently live on a car built in that year, in that region, the darker the color, the higher the percentage of cars of that type have it. There is a possibility that there are cars in a particular region which have the release and we are not aware of them, the chance of this is fairly small but not impossible. If we can not see any cars in a region, with or without the release, we show N/A. Please use landscape on mobile devices for the table to render accurately.
The chart follows the percentage of cars receiving a particular release (or one of the rleases in the release family if only yhe first two levels are specified) over the last 2 weeks. Any cars receiving the release before then are not shown.
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