Canadians have been waiting on Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta to make its way north of the border ever since Elon Musk, the company’s CEO, said Canada would be the Level 2 driver assistance system’s next destination last year in November.
The best the Great White North has gotten so far is a select few testers who have been inducted into the beta, but have not been able to share in-depth overviews of their experiences yet due to Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs).
We haven’t seen much of the FSD beta in Canada, save for a few videos of it driving around from September, but that just changed. YouTube channel Mother Frunker recently shared a video of FSD beta 10.3 being driven on a rainy night in Toronto, Ontario (via Tesla North).
The Tesla being driven isn’t actually from Canada, though — it belongs to @JeffTutorials, an FSD beta tester from the United States who drove across the border into Canada.
The 10-minute video showcases FSD beta 10.3 being able to make various left and right turns on Canadian roads fairly well. The system held up in Canada, even on a rainy night, without any major failures.
Check out the full demo of FSD beta 10.3 in Canada below:
Back in March, Musk said the release of FSD beta in Canada “should be very soon”. However, we found out just a month later that the launch would be delayed yet again. Both Musk and Tesla have been pretty tight-lipped about a Canadian release for the system ever since.