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Full Self Driving: Tesla increases the price of "full potential for autonomous driving"

Last updated on March 9, 2021

Anyone who wants to buy the “Full potential for autonomous driving” function on their Tesla now pays 10,000 US dollars.

Full Self Driving (Beta) (Image: Tesla Driver )

The price for Tesla’s driver assistance system “Full Potential for Autonomous Driving” (FSD, Full Self Driving) rises once again – from 8,000 to 10,000 US dollars . The price increase was announced, now it comes into effect in the online shop.

The hardware and software should enable the respective Tesla to drive completely independently in the future. Tesla sees an enormous increase in value for the cars equipped in this way.

Tesla had already raised the price for the FSD system from 7,000 to 8,000 US dollars in July 2020. Last week, Musk announced that the price would rise again. Currently, the price increase is only limited to the US, but this can change quickly.

Tesla recently made a beta version of the FSD available to some users, some of which also published videos of it. The vehicle now recognizes traffic lights, can independently turn in both directions at intersections, negotiates roundabouts and can drive up and down the motorway.


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