The Navigate on Autopilot is another very useful addition introduced by Tesla in the renewed version of the software. The new function combines navigation and autopilot for more sophisticated lane driving, but also when the driver comes in and out of a motorway.
The new feature works only if the Autopilot is enabled. On the driver’s side, it will need to confirm the proposed lane changes, but in the future the versions that will follow the lane changes will be possible without the driver confirmation.
The Navigate on Autopilot is available on Model 3, Model S, Model X with the Tesla Enhanced Autopilot, and the company once again warns the drivers behind the steering wheel that the system is not fully autonomous and the driver is directly responsible for the control of the car.
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Description from YouTube channel Tesla :
Navigate on Autopilot (Beta) is designed to get you to your destination more efficiently by actively guiding your car from on-ramp to off-ramp including lane changes and highway exits. On Model 3, Navigate on Autopilot (Beta) can be engaged on most highways by moving the gear lever down twice in quick succession.