So, I think I might have a limbo car with AP2 hardware. I got it as an inventory car, and it had the Enhanced Autopilot steering wheel icon in the listing, and the same text in the actual ad. I did not take a screenshot so I cannot say the exact phrasings in the ad. Its a 2017 model 60D now a 75D. The thing is I was really careful getting an AP2 car (with auto pilot enabled) - all the signals were there, the EAP icon in the listing, the text and they even confirmed AP2 hardware, auto pilot enabled on the phone. What I do think I have now is an AP2 car, but the "buyer" designed it as an AP1 car with Auto Pilot and then the shift came to AP2 before production. Also the "buyer" (it was a totally new car when I got it), did likely not choose to pay Tesla a smaller upgrade sum to get complete EAP, and so I am in theoretically limited EAP mode (supposed to emulate AP1 features). First of all I think they miscommunicated this, on purpose?, as a first time buyer how could I be aware of a limbo state AP/EAP mode. I wanted AP2 and EAP, and all the signs were there.. Anyyhow, I do have EAP-like features and I believe I have just the same software as a true EAP car at least for now. So for now its quite okay, except maybe for resale value. Also, I do not have the option to buy FSD in My Tesla. The delivery specialist did not answer my email about my AP questions... Anyone else the same boat, deliberately or not, do you think the software will become different at a later stage? Or do you think its even already? Do I have a case to get true EAP status from Tesla?