Tesla Enhanced Autopilot is available in the United States and China.
In the United States, the upgraded autopilot costs $6,000. Meanwhile, in China, the upgraded autopilot costs ¥32,000 RMB ($4,779). Features included in Enhanced Autopilot are Autopilot Navigation, Auto Lane Change, Auto Park, Summon, and Smart Summon.
Earlier this month, Tesla launched Enhanced Autopilot in New Zealand and Australia. In New Zealand, the upgraded autopilot costs ZD$5,700 ($3,615) and in Australia it costs AUD$5,100 ($3,579). The improved autopilot offers the same functionality in all four countries.
Following the release of the Enhanced Autopilot in New Zealand and Australia, Elon Musk hinted that Tesla would consider re-releasing the Enhanced Autopilot in other countries. Tesla owner Trevor Page inquired about the Enhanced Autopilot program saying “FSD is still too expensive for what you get.”
Currently, Tesla Full Self-Driving (FSD) costs $12,000 and offers all the functionality of Basic Autopilot and Enhanced Autopilot, as well as control of traffic lights and stop signs. Tesla’s standalone software options are listed below.
Basic Autopilot – included with every vehicle
- Adaptive cruise control
- Emergency braking
- Blind spot monitoring
- Lane keeping assist
Improved Autopilot – $6,000
- All basic autopilot features
- Navigate on autopilot
- An active guidance feature for the enhanced Autopilot which, with driver supervision, guides a car from the on-ramp to the off-ramp of a freeway, including suggesting and performing lane changes, navigating on freeway interchanges and when taking exits.
- Automatic parking
Full self-driving capabilities – $12,000
- All the features of the basic autopilot and the enhanced autopilot
- Fully autonomous computer
- Control of traffic lights and stop signs
- * Coming soon * Auto-guided city streets
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