Tesla will likely bring back Enhanced Autopilot to its vehicles in all markets. After this feature was proposed for the Australian and New Zealand market, in response to a request from customers for a feature for other countries, Elon Musk agreed to do so.
Tesla announced Thursday that it has returned Enhanced Autopilot (EAP) to Australia and New Zealand. Car owners there can now try most of the functionality of FSD for a cheaper price, which is a very tempting offer. In New Zealand, it costs NZ $5,700, in Australia AU $5,100, which in both cases is around US $3,600.
The availability of EAP in Australia and New Zealand has excited Tesla owners around the world. Canadian owner @Model3Owners/Twitter has approached Tesla CEO Elon Musk with a request. He asked the company to bring the feature back for all markets, including the US market. When asked, Musk responded in the affirmative, which could mean the feature will be returned. However, it is worth bearing in mind that the timing, cost, distribution markets, and functionality that will be included remain unknown.
Ok— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 17, 2022
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