- Owners of Teslas can upgrade their vehicle to what the automaker calls Full Self-Driving (FSD) Autopilot for the heavily discounted price of $2000 between now and July 1.
- On July 1, FSD Autopilot will increase in price by $1000 to $8000.
- The deal is only for current owners of Tesla vehicles, not for new purchases.
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With the July price increase to $8000 for FSD (Full Self-Driving) capabilities on the horizon, Tesla CEO Elon Musk dropped a surprise on Tesla owners that if they already own one of the company’s cars and haven’t upgraded the driver assistance feature, they can do so for only $2000. That’s $5000 off the current price and $6000 cheaper than what you would pay starting July 1.
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