San Francisco. After significantly slashing the price of its electric vehicles (EVs), Tesla has now slashed the price of its “Full Self-Driving” (FSD) beta software by 20 percent.
Tesla FSD beta software now costs $12,000.
Tesla customers can purchase an FSD at a lower cost, which includes all Autopilot features as well as the ability to detect and (ideally) stop at traffic lights and stop signs.
In July, Musk for the first time offered Tesla customers the opportunity to transfer the FSD beta software to another vehicle as a “one time amnesty”.
Tesla owners who have purchased the FSD package can transfer it to another new car until September 30.
Among the details provided by Musk was that this will be a one-time offer and will be applicable only if you place your order before the end of the third quarter.
Another important thing is that when people place an order for a new Tesla car, they must add FSD capability to the order.
Those who get this offer will have to buy a new Tesla and take delivery by September 30.
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