Tesla launches free Full Self-Driving software, but there’s a catch


Tesla plans to roll out its Full Self-Driving (FSD) software to its consumers for free. Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the company plans to offer its customers a one-month free FSD as a trial. Musk confirmed via tweet that all Tesla owners in North America will be able to enjoy a one-month free trial of FSD. Additionally, the company will roll out the software to its global consumers in other parts of the world later.

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May 15, 2023 at 13:11 pm

Tesla will first launch FSD as a one-month free trial before starting subscriptions for users.

As Tesla aims to get more users to try out its much-hyped FSD software, the company believes the free one-month trial will give consumers a chance to try and test the technology, which it says will allow vehicles to Without any driver intervention, it’s a significantly improved version of Autopilot, the automaker’s existing semi-autonomous driver assistance technology. Tesla CEO Elon Musk was responding to a tweet from a user wondering when the FSD subscription option would launch in Canada. The billionaire confirmed that free trials will be coming soon, paving the way for subscriptions.

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Currently, Tesla is offering a beta version of the FSD software to a select number of consumers. A few days ago, Musk hinted that Tesla would launch FSD soon, once it was fully functional and bug-free. His latest tweet further suggests that the car company is moving closer to a smoother-featured FSD to avoid the embarrassment it faced when the software was first rolled out and the technology was found to be buggy. “Once FSD is super smooth (not just safe), we’ll roll out a free monthly trial for all cars in North America. Then expand to the rest of the world after we’ve made sure it works well on local roads and regulators approve it in that country, ’” Musk wrote in his latest tweet. However, despite hinting that the software is imminent, neither Tesla nor its CEO has given a specific timeline for its launch.

First published date: May 15, 2023 at 13:11pm CST


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