Tesla is increasing the price of its Full Self-Driving software to $15,000

For the second time this year, Tesla is increasing the price of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) characteristic. On Saturday, Elon Musk tweeted that the upfront price of the driver help software would enhance to $15,000 on September fifth. The automaker will honor the present $12,000 price on orders made earlier than that date however will ship these autos at a later date. “Note, you can upgrade your existing car to FSD in 2 mins via the Tesla app,” Musk added. He did not say if Tesla would enhance the price of its FSD subscription plans. Depending on the present Autopilot capabilities of your Tesla, including the software at the moment prices as a lot as $199 per 30 days.     

Tesla has constantly elevated the price of its Full Self-Driving characteristic over the years. When the company first started providing FSD as a separate possibility from Autopilot, it price shoppers $5,000 to add the software throughout configuration and $7,000 post-delivery. At the begin of the year, the price of FSD went from from $10,000 to $12,000. Elon Musk telegraphed Tesla would enhance the price of FSD but once more again in July when he mentioned the software was “ridiculously cheap” at $12,000 and {that a} price hike would imply the distinction between Tesla “being worth a lot money or worth basically zero.” 

All merchandise beneficial by Engadget are chosen by our editorial group, impartial of our father or mother company. Some of our tales embody affiliate hyperlinks. If you purchase one thing by means of one of these hyperlinks, we could earn an affiliate fee.

Back to top button