Prolific Tesla hacker known as Green, has uncovered hidden developer mode options for Tesla Autopilot and Full Self-Driving (FSD) Features. These features give an interesting look at the Full Self-Driving and Autopilot inner-workings and have some typical Elon Musk-like humor hidden in them as well.
Green’s tweet outlines the findings:
In the tweet, he showcases several of the Tesla Autopilot Dev Control screen, shown below. These screens give interesting insights into how Tesla Autopilot functions and the various settings that can be enabled and disabled by Tesla developers, they even a bit of humor (“Chiropractor Adjust Skeleton” ?!?). For example for FSD Beta, Navigate on Autopilot is available everywhere (the “NoA Everywhere” button is enabled).
Below are some of the more interesting menus.
Full Self-Driving (FSD) Controls Menu:
Full Self-Driving “Production” Defaults:
Full Self-Driving Beta Mode Defaults (for those who have Full Self-Driving Beta):
Enhanced Summon Developer Menu:
Autopilot Tasks Developer Menu:
Augmented Vision Developer Menu:
GPS Sliders Menu:
Traffic Controls Menu:
Narrow Corridor Tuning Menu:
Lateral Offset Menu:
Planner Parameters Menu
Speed Limits Menu:
For those who love the technical details of Autopilot, these developer options are certainly fun to explore and learn a little more about the inner workings of Tesla’s Autopilot. The Full Self-Driving option, currently in FSD Beta showcases some of the upcoming features enabled by these menus and will hopefully be available for broader release soon!