Tesla: subscription for fully autonomous driving could arrive in early 2021

Tesla had several automotive goals when Elon Musk started the business. Since then, she has pursued her goal. And it approaches completely autonomous driving …

When Elon Musk announced the creation of Tesla Motors, the objective was, on the one hand, to democratize the electric car, and on the other hand to advance autonomous driving. Year after year, model after model, the manufacturer has continued to move forward in this direction. And today, fully autonomous driving seems closer than ever

The Tesla fully autonomous driving package offered from the start of 2021?

Tesla seems very close to finally being able to offer fully autonomous driving to its customers. Or at least offer to take out the monthly subscription that will allow you to enjoy it. Elon Musk said on Twitter that the monthly Full Self-Driving (FSD) package was currently scheduled for “early next year”. In other words, in theory, Tesla owners could add fully autonomous driving features (currently only semi-autonomous) – in a country that allows it, of course – in just a few months.

This is what Elon Musk says on Twitter

That being said, wasn’t going to drop your calendar right now. Elon Musk, and Tesla, aren’t exactly known for meeting their deadlines. Tesla had already promised to offer this FSD subscription for the end of 2020. And clearly, everything did not go as planned.

One thing is certain, when this pack is available, and it will certainly be, it should significantly accelerate the adoption of the brand’s cars. If you rent your Tesla, you could save a lot of money to take advantage of the fully autonomous driving feature on a daily basis. And it could also give you the opportunity to test the features as much as you want without committing to a full purchase. Which could be a very popular choice if the $ 10,000 tariff (which is whispered here and there) turns out…

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