Tesla's increasingly controversial driver-assistance premium program, Full Self-Driving, is going up to $15,000 (just less

than $A22,000 converted) beginning in September. This is according to Tesla's the CEO Elon Musk. He announced

The cost for Tesla's Full Self-Driving (FSD) system that is available on all current Tesla electric vehicles through the Tesla app

and has been steadily increasing in the past couple of years. The price started with $US5,000 in the month of May

of 2019, rising to $US10,000 by the end of October 2020, then to $US12,000 by January of this year.

Musk stated via Twitter that the price of FSD will be increased to $US15,000 within North America, starting on September 5

Australians will not necessarily have to pay much focus on this announcement as our road regulations prohibit the usage of FSD

without supervision on our roads however, FSD is able to be locked for $A10,100 once it becomes accessible.

Tesla's increasingly controversial driver-assistance premium program, Full Self-Driving, is going up to $15,000 (just less

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