Tesla Full Self-Driving price to increase on Monday [Update]

On the same night that we got our first look at Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) rewrite, CEO Elon Musk announced the price of the upgrade will be increasing on Monday.

If you have already purchased the FSD package for your Tesla, you’re probably feeling pretty good right about now after seeing the videos of the first FSD beta release in action.

If you don’t have it yet but have been considering it, now is the time to do it.

With the current price of $10,600 CAD, or $8,000 USD, that means come Monday you will probably have to spend about $13,100 CAD to have your car drive itself.

UPDATE: It looks like the price increase won’t be for all markets. Responding to a question on Twitter, Musk seems to have agreed to not raise the price in regions where the new functionalities of FSD is still not available.

While there are some Early Access Program (EAP) users in Canada, we have yet to receive confirmation if anyone has received it north of the border. If the price increase happens in Canada on Monday, that will give us the answer.

Should I buy it?

Many were skeptical that Musk and Tesla would be able to deliver on their promise of FSD. Based on what we’ve seen tonight, and given the fact it is just the first very limited beta release, even after the price increase it will still be worth every penny.

If you’re not quite ready to buy, another option is to place an order for a Cybertruck. By doing so, you can lock in the current price of FSD for just $150 CAD.

Will you be buying FSD before the price increase on Monday? Let us know in the comments below.

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