We are talking about a limited beta version of the autopilot Full-Self Driving. In recent months, the update could be tested by individual owners of Tesla electric cars.
Automakers working on Autonomous driving technologies are in no hurry to implement such systems. The same can’t be said for Tesla. The American manufacturer of electric cars plans to present its fifth-level autopilot next year.
The brand will offer customers a more advanced version of the current autopilot, called Full Self-Driving (FSD). With its help, it will be possible to cover the distance from home to work and back in fully automatic mode.
You will be able to use this system after signing up for a subscription. About this in his Twitter account said Elon Musk. According to him, the FSD subscription will be released in early 2021.
There is no information about the cost of accessing the new autopilot yet.
Tesla’s decision to offer customers an option for which they will have to pay regularly is not new. Other brands also subscribe to certain features of their cars. Cadillac, for example, provides the Super Cruise feature on a paid basis, with a monthly fee of $ 25.