By now, you’ve probably heard the news: Tesla has a new driver assist system.
In short, Tesla’s new system will be more like Google’s Autonomous Driving.
The new system is based on Tesla’s latest Autopilots and is said to be more accurate and intuitive than the previous version.
It also includes a new “Sensor Fusion” algorithm that Tesla claims will allow drivers to “learn from the road” and make more precise decisions on the road.
But while Tesla’s “Sensors Fusion” is impressive, it’s not as good as Google’s.
It also requires drivers to be at least two years older than the average age of the average driver in the US.
The new Tesla’s driver assistance system will also include a camera that is not yet available.
It will include a large screen and a touch-sensitive touchpad that can be used to take images, adjust the volume, or even unlock the car.
If you need a refresher on the Tesla’s current Autopill, click here.
This article originally appeared on Business Insider.