Tesla has reduced the cost of its "Full Self-Driving" upgrade for owners who currently have Enhanced Autopilot.
They added the features to the Full Self-Driving option and increased the price to $ 6,000 if ordered prior to delivery – $ 8,000 if ordered after delivery.
Features include:  Autopilot Navigation: Automatic driving from the highway to the ramp, including transitions and overtaking of slower cars.
Later, Tesla changed this structure to different prices before or after delivery.
By May, every Tesla owner could switch to a $ 6,000 Full Self-Driving Package but the carmaker retained his right
This caused a problem for Tesla owners with an Enhanced Autopilot package because if they want to update a full package for self driving, they have to pay more because Tesla has added features in the package.
A week ago, CEO Elon Musk acknowledged the problem in customer twitter:
Agree, it should be $ 3k less to get to FSD than EAP
̵1; e ^ 👁🥧 (@elonmusk) July 17, 2019
Today, Tesla followed and reduced the cost of a full self-management package to $ 3000 for people who have Enhanced Autopilot:
We contacted Tesla for the change and will update if there is any information to add.
This is expected because Tesla divides the function from the Autopilot base package.
The owners receive for $ 3,000 the promise of the FSD package this year:
- Recognizing and responding to traffic lights and stop signs.
- Automatic driving on city streets.
But they will also get the new computer every time Tesla starts offering modernization
If you think it costs $ 3000, it depends on you.
Tesla also says it will be more expensive when the company actually starts to deliver some of these features, but prices are always fluctuating, so it's hard to accept Tesla too seriously when it comes to price forecasting right now.