Tesla has begun offering its customers the Full Self-Driving (FSD) feature by subscription. About this TV channel CNBC reported by one of the Tesla owners.
Subscription is offered as an alternative to a one-time purchase, which will cost the customer $ 10,000. The client is asked to pay $ 199 per month (excluding taxes). But this is only if his electric car is equipped with an HW3.0 computer. Otherwise, you will have to buy it for $ 1,500. But customers who have already purchased the "advanced autopilot" function will have to pay extra $ 99 per month for its "full" version.
“Full self-driving capability is now available with a monthly subscription. Upgrade your Model Y ... for $ 199 (tax excluded) to experience features like autopilot navigation, automatic lane change, auto parking, call and traffic light, and stop sign management. The features currently enabled require active monitoring by the driver and do not make the vehicle autonomous? Tesla said in a message received by customers.
All new Teslas models include a standard set of driver assistance functions called autopilot. Autopilot or standard features allow Tesla to “automatically steer, accelerate, and brake within its lane.”
The premium FSD package includes more sophisticated features like Smart Summon, which allows the driver to call their Tesla to pick it up from another parking lot or along a long driveway using the Tesla mobile app as a remote control.>