For the second time this year, Tesla is raising the price of a fully autonomous driving (FSD) feature. Saturday, Elon Musk chirp The initial cost of the driver assistance program will rise to $15,000 on September 5th. The automaker will honor the current $12,000 price on orders placed before that date but will deliver those vehicles at a later date. “Note, you can upgrade your existing vehicle to FSD in 2 minutes via the Tesla app,” Musk added. He didn’t say if Tesla would increase its price FSD Subscription Plans. Depending on Tesla’s current autopilot capabilities, the cost of adding the software is currently $199 per month.
Tesla has constantly increased the price of its fully autonomous driving feature over the years. When the company first started offering FSD as a file Option separate from autopilotIt costs consumers $5,000 to add the software during configuration and $7,000 after delivery. At the beginning of the year, the price of FSD increased from $10,000 to $12,000. Elon Musk telegraphs Tesla that will increase the price of FSD again July When he said the software was “too cheap” at $12,000 and that a higher price would mean the difference between a Tesla “being worth a lot of money or basically zero”.
Following the massive release of FSD Beta 10.69.2, the price of the FSD will increase to $15,000 in North America on September 5th.
The current price for orders made before September 5th will be respected, but will be delivered later.
– Elon Musk August 21 2022
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