Tesla makes controversial fully self-driving software $4,000 cheaper

Tesla has lowered the price of its fully self-driving software in the U.S. and Canada. According to a post from the company, X, adding so-called fully self-driving (FSD) capabilities currently costs $8,000 in the U.S. (or $11,000 for Canadian buyers). That’s down from $12,000 ($16,000 CAD), according to . Electrek, also reports that Tesla has discontinued the $6,000 Enhanced Autopilot option. If the current owner has that package, for $2,000 he can upgrade to FSD.

Tesla’s driver assistance features have been under regulatory scrutiny for years, and despite the fully autonomous name, they are not currently intended to completely replace human drivers. Tesla says on its website that the current FSD feature “requires active driver supervision and does not make the vehicle self-driving.”The company reportedly introduced the mandate in March. Request staff to demonstrate to buyer You can get FSD’s products and see what the software has to offer before you take your new car home.

The latest price reduction will take place a few days later Tesla reduced monthly costs Your FSD subscription has ended. The company recently called this fully autonomous driving (with supervision). Subscriptions that were previously $199 per month are now $99 per month.Tesla too Lower starting prices for models Y, X, and S Vehicle prices will increase by $2,000 per vehicle this weekend. Earlier this month, Tesla reported: Vehicle deliveries scheduled for Q1 2024 This was lower than expected, down 8% from the previous year.

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