Tesla’s Fully Autonomous Driving (FSD) subscription is finally available after many delays. Electrek, the updated Tesla mobile app is now available to most users. $199 per month or if you purchased Advanced Autopilot before it was discontinued, it states that it offers an FSD subscription for $99. It is possible to cancel the membership at any time, so you will not be bound by any obligation after the first month.
Tesla owners first need an FSD computer (aka HW3.0) to get this feature. If their EVs do not have this equipment, they must purchase this equipment for 1,500 dollars before subscribing.
This decision has been awaited for a long time. Elon Musk originally announced its subscription plans in April 2020, but Tesla did not implement the stated targets for the “definitive” launch of the feature in late 2020, early 2021 or even May.
This monthly payment is not a small expense and if you intend to use the FSD package for the life of your car,
(mtag101702)10. Paying the $000 upgrade price would make more sense. After only 50 monthly payments, you start to overpay. Still, it might give you a relatively affordable option to try out the feature and see if it’s worth the investment. This subscription option may also make sense if you think you’ll only want the FSD for short periods of time, such as a long journey where you’ll let the car manage lane changes and traffic lights. . .