If you need your Tesla to drive itself down some streets and on the freeway (with you continue to on the wheel, paying consideration, in fact) that you must put down some critical money for the Full Self-Driving (FSD) mode. However in 2021, there may be extra choices.
As an alternative of paying $10,000 to add FSD mode to the Tesla superior driving system, known as Autopilot, Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted Sunday about subscription entry. Which means anybody with a Tesla might pay month-to-month for the driving mode. It is currently in beta with a select group of Tesla users and that is it.
Completely. We’ll launch FSD subscription early subsequent 12 months.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 20, 2020
It will divulge heart’s contents to extra folks in some unspecified time in the future in 2021. Regardless that Musk had beforehand talked about a rollout by the tip of 2020.
Simply because it is obtainable as a subscription doesn’t suggest it’s going to be a superb deal. EV information publication Electrek laid out a potential fee breakdown that tacks on about $100 every month for the superior driving mode.
However for Tesla drivers leasing or utilizing FSD solely at sure instances, the extra versatile plan may very well be value it.