Tesla Slashes Prices for Full Self-Driving Subscriptions

Tesla has announced a big price cut for its FSD subscribers in the United States and Canada.
Tesla has announced a big price cut for its FSD subscribers in the United States and Canada.

Tesla, led by CEO Elon Musk, has announced a significant price reduction for its Full Self-Driving (FSD) subscriptions in the United States and Canada. 

The move comes as Tesla aims to boost the adoption of its autonomous driving technology amid challenges such as softening demand and increased competition in the electric vehicle market.

Price Reduction:

Tesla has lowered the monthly subscription fee for its Full Self-Driving (FSD) feature to $99 in the United States and C$99 ($71.88) in Canada. 

This marks a notable reduction from the previous subscription price of $199 monthly. The decision to lower prices reflects Tesla’s efforts to make its advanced driving technology more accessible to customers.

Challenges in Autonomous Driving:

Elon Musk has frequently promoted Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) technology as a potential revenue generator. 

However, Tesla has faced obstacles in delivering on Musk’s vision of fully autonomous driving due to regulatory hurdles and legal scrutiny regarding the safety and marketing of its vehicles. 

Despite these challenges, Tesla continues to refine its autonomous driving features to improve functionality and reliability.

Subscription Trial Offer:

To attract new customers and provide existing ones with hands-on experience with its driver-assist technology, 

Tesla recently announced a one-month trial of the Full Self-Driving (FSD) feature for customers in the United States. 

This trial time allows users to test the capabilities of Tesla’s autonomous driving technology before committing to a subscription.

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