Tesla has begun rolling out its latest suite of driver aides, moving it from testing by the company’s engineers to beta testing using select Tesla owners. The system is called Autopilot 7.0, but this is perhaps a slightly grandiose name, because the system really isn’t a huge step up from the previous generation. It won’t, for example, drive you to your destination all on its own. The system is designed to keep you in your lane and will handle acceleration and braking. So any steering beyond slight corrections to maintain your lane will be up to you.