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Tesla, the “full self-driving” package on the rise from July

Tesla, the “full self-driving” package on the rise from July

If you don’t want to give up the Tesla’s “full self-driving” package, buy it now. Starting from next July, in fact, will increase by a whopping $ 1000. This was reported by Elon Musk himself, who just yesterday launched a Tweet to inform potential customers of the company. Sure, he didn’t give a precise price, but we know that the package currently costs around $ 7,000. Making a quick check won’t be difficult at all.

Tesla Full Self-Driving option cost rises by ~ $ 1000 worldwide on July 1st. Order a Tesla online in less than 2 minutes at https://t.co/qJm9uPBCX5

– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 18, 2020

Also via Twitter, Musk announced that “full self-driving” will become more and more expensive as you get closer to true self-driving skills. On the other hand, as he himself admitted, the cost of this package could even be above $ 100,000, assuming that improvements continue in this direction. Clearly, customers will never pay such an absurd price for the Tesla package.

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Tesla’s “full self-driving”

Initially, Tesla’s FSD option was launched as an add-on at a cost of $ 5000, at least until the company decided to implement its hike policy. All perfectly in line with what had been anticipated by Musk, who has already in the past warned potential customers to expect prices “to increase substantially over time”.

And despite the continuing price increases, Tesla seems to want to be on the side of the buyers. The company would have thought of a convenient, affordable alternative for those not interested in spending $ 10,000 at one time. In fact, it would seem that Tesla has decided to make available the “full self-driving” as monthly subscription starting this year. A very interesting option for potential customers, who can thus access the service without incurring significant costs in a single solution. What do you think? You are interested?