The company’s founder Elon Musk noted that experts saw some problems with the autopilot version 10.3.

American electric car manufacturer Tesla is suspending testing of an advanced version of autopilot due to its technical problems. This was announced by the founder of the company, Elon Musk.

“We saw some problems with version 10.3, so we are temporarily returning to version 10.2,” he wrote on Twitter.

Beta testing of Autopilot version 10.3 began on October 14. According to the company’s estimates, owners whose safety rating is 99 out of 100 points could take part in it. The day before, Musk said that the quality control service found problems with the system’s performance when turning left at regulated intersections.

The first version of the Advanced Driver assistance system (ADAS) was introduced by Tesla in 2014; the company announces its plans to achieve the highest, the fifth level of automation when the car can move without a driver in any road conditions. This technology is undergoing beta testing, but it is installed only on several thousand Tesla electric vehicles, most of which are in the hands of the company’s employees.