New cars will get an update to the Model 3 with the release of the Model S and the Tesla Roadster, Tesla’s newest model.
The two models will get a new “Autopilot” feature, a feature that can give a car the ability to make decisions based on its surroundings.
That could include making a left turn in a congested intersection, for example, and using the car’s brakes when the car is swerving in traffic.
The Model S, with a range of 310 miles, and the Model X, with 350 miles, will be the first vehicles to receive the new update.
It comes on top of the company’s Model 3 sedan, which will also get the upgrade.
In a blog post, Tesla said the update will include new safety features, including the ability for the car to recognize the presence of pedestrians and cyclists and to brake if the vehicle’s sensors detect pedestrians, cyclists, or drivers are approaching.
It will also include more advanced safety features for drivers and the autopilot features.
Tesla said it plans to update the Model III in the coming weeks.
In October, the company unveiled the Model IV, a larger version of the vehicle.
Tesla has yet to provide a timeline for when the update should be released, although it said it would likely be in the next few months.
Tesla’s blog post said the “Autosteer” feature will be available for the Model 4 in 2020.