FSD Beta not coming to Canada until “next week”: Elon Musk

If you are still hoping to receive Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software in Canada, you are going to have keep that Safety Score up for as many as 9 more days.

On Thursday night CEO Elon Musk finally provided an updated timeline for a Canadian release, now saying it will happen “next week.”

Unfortunately the new timeline is not very specific. Next week could be as early as Sunday, if Tesla follows the typical North American calendar, putting a release just three days away.

Or it could be as long as next Saturday or even Sunday, another 9 or 10 days away.

In the worst case scenario, that would mean many Canadian Tesla owners would have been driving for nearly a full month trying to keep a perfect Safety Score.

The first owners received the Safety Score tool on February 26, when Musk said FSD Beta would be released the following week.

Musk has yet to clarify exactly what Safety Score will be required to download the software, only saying that it could be as low as 98.

This is just the latest in a series of delays that date as far back as November 2020 when Musk said it would be coming to Canada “hopefully next month.”

Are you still maintaining a perfect 100 Safety Score? Let us know in the comments below.

Elon Musk says a ’98’ Safety Score might be good enough to download FSD Beta in Canada

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