As we get closer to the release of the Full Self-Driving (FSD) subscription, the biggest question that still remains is how much it will cost. While we still don’t know that answer, we now know the price will be cheaper for some Tesla owners.
In one of the sections of code, it talks about what happens if someone cancels their Enhanced Autopilot (EAP) option. This is a suite of driving features that closely resembles FSD, with the exception being that Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control (TLSSC) is not included.
From what the code currently says, the FSD subscription will be cheaper if you have EAP.
"By refunding Enhanced Autopilot, you will be cancelling your Full Self-Driving Capability subscription as the monthly price is higher without Enhanced Autopilot. You can resubscribe any time."
The other interesting piece about this code is that it talks about requesting a refund for EAP, which is something that can only be done within 48 hours of purchasing it. The only regions you can currently purchase EAP is Europe and China.
Does this mean EAP is returning to North America as well? This is something we have seen evidence of last month.
After the price question is answered, probably the next biggest question will be how will owners with HW2.5 installed in their cars be handled when it comes to FSD, which requires HW3.0. Tesla currently upgrades owners for free when they purchase FSD, but they are unlikely to do this if you are only buying the subscription.
If you want to see the code yourself, you can view it here.