Tesla will add 25% to the cost of its FSD driver assistance software in September

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Tesla will raise the cost of the FSD driver assistance software by 25% in September, according to Elon Musk.

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Tesla intends to increase the cost of its high-end driver assistance systems by 25%. These technologies are sold in the US as a full self-driving, or FSD, option.

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FSD is presently worth $12,000 with a $199 monthly membership.

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Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, doesn't decide right away if the membership fee would rise as well.

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A new version 10.69 of the FSD beta software is also being made available by the electric car manufacturer.

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This enables the driver to test the new driver assistance system's features on public roads prior to its complete debugging.

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Depending on the subscription, Tesla now costs its customers $199 a month or $ 12,000 for FSD.

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Tesla's subscription fees did not react to questions for further details, and Musk did not immediately note the rise in FSDs.

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