Tesla reintroduces Enhanced Autopilot

Tesla reintroduces Enhanced Autopilot with some FSD features in Europe and China

Tesla has once again introduced the Enhanced Autopilot packaged in Europe and China for certain features that were in the more costly Full Self-Driving package.

In the course of the most recent couple of years, Tesla has changed its Autopilot alternatives and pricing so often, it has been difficult to follow.

At last, the automaker ended up making the Autopilot’s Autosteer and Traffic-Aware Cruise Control standard on its vehicles and packaged the remainder of the features into its “Full Self-Driving bundle” (FSD).

The automaker began selling the FSD bundle for $5,000, and it has progressively expanded the cost to now $10,000 as it added more features to it. It gives purchasers restricted alternatives to get to a portion of the more helpful advantageous features.

On occasion, Tesla has brought back the “Enhanced Autopilot” bundle to give more alternatives to clients.

Today, the automaker did it once more, yet obviously just for clients situated in Europe.

A few Europe-based Tesla clients who didn’t accepting the FSD bundle are revealing currently having the alternative to move up to “Enhanced Autopilot” in the Tesla application.

The option is 3,800 euros (~$4,500) and has the accompanying features taken from the FSD bundle:

Enhanced Autopilot

  • Navigate on Autopilot
  • Auto Lane Change
  • Autopark
  • Summon

Full Self-Driving Capability

  • Navigate on Autopilot
  • Auto Lane Change
  • Autopark
  • Summon
  • Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control
  • Autosteer on city streets (coming soon)

The option was also made available in China.

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Cedric Brian Regis

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