Elon Musk says Tesla Full Self-Driving beta coming to Canada “very soon”, delay is due to subtle differences

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has provided another update on when Canadians might finally receive the Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta software, and unfortunately it is not any more specific as his previous timeline.

When responding to current FSD beta tester and Canadian James Locke asking if the expansion of the beta program will include Canada, Musk said it should be coming “very soon.” He also explained the reason it hasn’t arrived north of the border is due to differences between Canadian and U.S. roads.

While it is good news to get more clarification from Musk, it unfortunately matches his previous estimation from last year. On December 26, he used the same “very soon” wording, along with “subtle” differences but in relation to traffic rules.

In good news, Canadian Tesla Service Centers are advising owners to email earlyaccess@tesla.com to show interest in becoming a FSD beta tester. They likely wouldn’t be doing this if it wasn’t going to be coming to Canada soon.

If you haven’t already, click here to see exactly what information you need to provide to have the best shot of being accepted into the program.

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