Tesla increases FSD price in the US, Canada is hopefully next

As promised, Tesla increased the price of their Full Self-Driving (FSD) package overnight, after CEO Elon Musk said last week it be increasing on January 17, 2022.

According to the online Design Studio, adding the suite of features will now set you back $12,000 instead of the previous $10,000.

The price of the monthly subscription remained the same at $199 per month. Musk said this monthly price won’t increase until software goes to wide release.

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The FSD suite includes features like Navigate on Autopilot, Auto Lane Change, Autopark, Summon, Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control, and Autosteer on city streets, which is listed as “coming soon.”

If you car is equipped with the older HW2.5 computer, the purchase also includes an upgrade to the latest HW3.0 computer.

The price of FSD did not increase north of the border, but Canadians should expect to see that happen soon if Musk is true to his word.

Over the weekend the CEO said Tesla will “cautiously” start releasing FSD Beta in Canada in two to four weeks.

Although he hasn’t confirmed it yet, Musk has said previously that FSD will increase in price one week after the beta program is released in other markets.

Elon Musk pushes back FSD price increase, and sets new release date for FSD subscription

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