Tesla Vision's Park Assist feature has been gaining popularity among users, and officially started rolling out with update 2023.6.9. Early reviews show the system's impressive performance and accuracy. This feature is a significant development considering that features such as Park Assist, Autopark, Summon, and Smart Summon had been unavailable to Teslas without ultrasonic sensors.
Tesla owners with vision-only vehicles who received update 2023.6.9 have shared videos showcasing the real-world performance of Vision Park Assist. Tesla Model 3 owner @EVBaymax, for example, noted that the system's distance estimates were remarkably precise, almost to the inch. This observation was confirmed with a tape measure, demonstrating the accuracy of Tesla Vision's estimates.
Vision Park Assist measurement was surprisingly accurate in this case! Distance verified with tape measure @klwtts @WholeMarsBlog @itskyleconner @BeardedTesla @teslascope @NotATeslaApp pic.twitter.com/7j8eOlt66G— kEVin (@EVBaymax) March 24, 2023
Tesla owner @ManZoneBeer also shared a video of his electric vehicle's Vision Park Assist in action within his garage. While the feature appeared to fluctuate slightly when assessing the surroundings, the camera-based measurement estimates were generally reliable.
Update is complete. Here is a video of the cameras doing the work. 2023 M3P pic.twitter.com/kt4uKDIYsP— MAN ZONE (@ManZoneBeer) March 24, 2023
As with other Tesla features, everything gets better with time. I believe the same is true with this feature. Although the current system isn't perfect, future updates should enhance the feature's reliability and accuracy. Let us know if you've received this update and what your thoughts are about it.