Enhanced Autopilot might be making a return to North America

Tesla’s Enhanced Autopilot (EAP) suite of features closely resembles the Full Self-Driving (FSD) package, with the one exception being Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control (TLSSC). It is also about half the price.

Now it might be making a return to North America. According to Erik, or DÆrik, some refresh Model S reservation holders are seeing the option to upgrade to EAP before delivery.

Erik didn’t mention how much it cost to upgrade to EAP. The last time it was offered in North America in September 2020 it was $5,300 CAD ($4,000 USD). This time it looks like it might even be a free upgrade.

A customer with a Model 3 order shared photos of his account page. Although he made no changes to his order, it is now showing that his Model 3 is coming with EAP included.

EAP disappeared in early 2019 when basic Autopilot became standard on all Tesla vehicles, replaced by FSD. It recently has returned as a permanent option in Europe and China.

If anyone else sees this EAP button in their account, let us know in the comments below.

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