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Owners of Tesla vehicles not equipped with basic Autopilot can add the feature for the discounted price of $2,000 until July 1.
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk tweeted about the software sale on Sunday.
New Tesla vehicles are outfitted with basic Autopilot as a standard feature, but many owners bought vehicles before that perk was offered. The Enhanced Autopilot package was previously offered for $5,000, while an even more enhanced autopilot dubbed Full Self-Driving was available for an enhanced price.
While Tesla owners have just over a week to pony up the money for features like computer-calculated steering and braking, it’s a good opportunity to install the value-adding features at a discount.
Musk also made note that the company’s Full Self-Driving package will increase by $1,000 on July 1 to $8,000.
Will you be upgrading your Tesla?