According to current news, Tesla has announced a new subscription option for consumers to subscribe to its advanced driver assistance software, which will provide users with the full self-driving capabilities. As indicated by the firm, the software does not completely autonomously operate the vehicle. As a result, users must make certain that there is a fully attentive driver in the vehicle with their hands on the steering wheel.
Currently, self-driving software is accessible for vehicles in the United States, but it may eventually be made available throughout the world. The program is available for $199 per month via a subscription model, which is more feasible than purchasing $10,000 up front for the software. Furthermore, this software would only be compatible with vehicles that are equipped with the Full Self-Driving computer version 3.0 or higher. However, upgrading your vehicle’s components to the most recent model will cost approximately $1500.
The software for city streets, which is now in beta version and will be available to a limited number of consumers, is being tested by Tesla at the moment.