Tesla has increased the cost of the future autopilotNovember 3, 2020
As Tesla’s autopilot gets closer to its production version, the corporation raises the cost of this service.
Not so long ago, Tesla launched a beta test of its Full Self-Driving system among a small group of real owners of electric cars of the brand. And now the company has announced that as the autopilot approaches full readiness, its cost will rise. This feature originally cost $ 7,000, then $ 8,000, and has now increased to $ 10,000.
Interestingly, all that is known about the FSD system at this time is that it will be tested for a very long time. However, its functionality is still unknown. Now autopilot requires the driver to keep their hands on the steering wheel and keep an eye on what is happening on the road.
Currently, for $ 10,000, the client will receive additional hardware necessary for the normal functioning of the FSD system, as well as the corresponding software. According to the people participating in the beta test of the autopilot, now it can independently accelerate and brake within the same lane.
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