At the moment, the full self-driving package costs $7,000, so this would bring the asking price up to $8,000 or so. The exact price is unclear, and Musk did not say if this upcharge will include any new features. A Tesla spokesperson told Roadshow they “don’t have anything to share beyond Elon’s tweet.”
“The FSD price will continue to rise as the software gets closer to full self-driving capability with regulatory approval,” Musk added in a subsequent tweet. Musk claims that, at that point, “the value of FSD is probably somewhere in excess of $100,000,” for whatever that’s worth. Tesla most recently .
Despite the name, the “full self-driving” tech does not turn your Tesla into an autonomous car; there are currently no self-driving cars for sale. Instead, FSD works with the car’ssuite and includes a number of features, including automatic lane changes, parallel and perpendicular parking assist, the bring-the-car-to-me summon feature, highway driving assistance and most recently, automatic traffic light and stop sign control. The next bit of software in the FSD suite will allow the car to automatically steer on city streets, as well.
In March, video surfaced of a Teslafor the first time. Musk’s tweet also comes on the heels of , following regarding the plant restarting without government approval.
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