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.
Some people are reporting this button is now on their refreshed S order overview page – if they didn't select FSD. Is Tesla bringing back enhanced autopilot for the US?!?! pic.twitter.com/YAyLq2XjBQ
— Erik in DÆrik (@teslainventory) May 22, 2021
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.