For your information, the Beta version is a program that is still being tested by the public. So the testers are consumers who are usually outside the company.
According Theverge.com, Tesla recently provided an update on this FSD feature. This update is embedded in the update version 10.3 which was released last October 2021.
In this update they added three driving profiles that determine how aggressiveness the FSD is.
Such as when you see a stop sign that is usually at a crossroads, change lanes based on speed, a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you, and make decisions when the yellow Traffic Signaling Tool (APILL) lights up.
The three profiles are Chill, Average, and Assertive. In the photo uploaded to the Twitter account @DavidZipper shows a description of the Assertive profile.
I guess "Road Rage Mode" didn't fit on the screen pic.twitter.com/6pJNFvrJXA
— David Zipper (@DavidZipper) January 9, 2022
It is written that a car that is a Tesla Model X if using this profile will have a closer distance to the vehicle in front of it.
Then there is the possibility of vehicles changing lanes more often to overtake and adjust speed.
It is predictable if the other two profiles for setting the car’s aggressiveness are lower when driving as the name suggests.