FSD Beta Canada release date gets adjusted to “this month,” says Elon Musk

Canadians Tesla owners have been counting down the days until we enter the two to four week window promised by Elon Musk for when the Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta test program could expand to Canada.

Musk announced the potential expansion on January 16, marking this as the first week in which owners could potentially receive the elusive software.

The window of opportunity has now shifted slightly after Musk announced a revised timeline this afternoon.

Responding to Noah Webb (@NoahWebb_) on Twitter, the CEO says a “limited rollout” will now begin “this month.”

The good news is that 2022 is not a leap year and February only has 28 days.

Musk explained further that the rollout will only begin once they have confirmed “no significant issues, given slightly different road rules” between Canada and the US.

Musk is likely referring to the numerous Tesla employees across the country that have been testing FSD Beta on Canadian roads since at least February 2021.

We have also seen several US owners drive to Canada with their FSD Beta equipped cars and experience no significant issues with how the software performed north of the border.

Tesla Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta arrives in Canada (through Pennsylvania) and works just as well as in the U.S.

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