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Tesla has Dropped the Price of FSD to $8,000 (from $12,000) in the U.S.

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You can finally live out your robotaxi pipe dream on a relative budget. Tesla has dropped the price of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) software capability to just $8,000 in the United States, down a whopping 33% from the previous $12,000 asking price.

April 13, Tesla FSD Subscription Price Finally Gets the $99, Alike Across the U.S. and Canada, Tesla even recently treated over 2 million owners to a free one-month trial of the FSD experience.

So what’s behind the markdown? Well, FSD (Supervised) admittedly has gotten a whole lot more capable in recent years thanks to relentless over-the-air software updates. But Tesla has also dropped the price amid growing competition from automakers like Mercedes and solid-state lidar makers promising true autonomous driving.

If you’re a current Enhanced Autopilot owner, the upgrade to FSD will now only set you back $2,000—a relative steal for Musk’s wildly ambitious vision of a world with robotaxis galore.

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