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Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced on Twitter on Monday that the company will offer free monthly trials of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) feature to all vehicles in North America.
“Once FSD is super smooth (not just safe), we will roll out a free month trial for all cars in North America,” Musk tweeted. “Then extend to rest of world after we ensure it works well on local roads and regulators approve it in that country.”
FSD is an advanced driver assistance system that allows Tesla vehicles to perform a variety of tasks, such as changing lanes, navigating city streets, and parking on their own. The feature is currently in beta testing and is not yet available to all Tesla owners.
Musk’s announcement comes as Tesla is facing increasing competition from other automakers that are developing their own self-driving technologies. General Motors, Ford, and Waymo are all working on self-driving cars that could be available to consumers within the next few years.
Tesla’s FSD feature is priced at $12,000. The company has not yet announced when it will start offering free monthly trials of the feature. However, Musk’s announcement suggests that the company is confident that FSD is close to being ready for prime time.
If Tesla is able to successfully roll out FSD, it could give the company a significant advantage over its rivals. FSD would allow Tesla vehicles to operate without human input, which could make them safer and more convenient to use. It could also open up new possibilities for Tesla, such as offering a ride-hailing service that uses self-driving cars.
Only time will tell if Tesla is able to successfully bring FSD to market. However, Musk’s announcement is a sign that the company is making progress on the technology and is committed to making it available to consumers as soon as possible.
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