Tesla (NASDAQGS:TSLA – 3.54%) is currently raising the cost of its Full Self Driving software by and by, getting the still beta program to $12,000 USD inside the U.S. market.
As per a tweet from the automaker’s CEO Elon Musk, the $2,000 USD cost climb will become effective on January 17, and the monthly subscription cost of $199 USD will likewise increment, despite the fact that he didn’t give any express reasons regarding the reason why Tesla is charging more. Simultaneously, Musk additionally noticed that costs for Full Self Driving will keep on expanding as the organization gets closer to a monthly subscription. The new cost denotes a critical increment from the original $8,000 USD Tesla charged back in October of 2020 when the software was first launched.
It’s additionally important to take note of that notwithstanding its name, Full Self Driving isn’t fully autonomous, basically for the time being. In 2019, Musk said that the vehicles can drive you from your home to your workplace “most likely without interventions.” so “it will still be supervised.” The organization still can’t seem to mark the calendar for when the feature will be fully released.
Somewhere else in the automotive industry, Toyota is the world’s most-looked through vehicle brand of 2021.
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