I received my Tesla 60D about a month ago, and when I ordered it in, I didn't purchase autopilot upgrade. I figured that I can always add it later if I need it. My trial for the autopilot expired just yesterday. Now the issue is that when I ordered my car, and when I spoke with sales people, and even when I got the initial email for autopilot trial, they all quoted me $3000 to add it permanently. However, the email from yesterday about autopilot beta completion stated a new price of $3500. I know autopilot prices has been raised for new cars, but it feels a bit like false advertisement to me. I called service center and asked them why I can't add autopilot on my own through the site and if they would honor previous price I was quoted. I was told that Tesla removed self-service autopilot upgrade from their website about 2-3 weeks ago, and they will not honor the old price. Anyone in the same boat as I am? Were you able to get Tesla to honor the old price? If so - how? While $500 is not that much money, it's more of a principle to me. I don't really need autopilot all that much, I used it about twice in my month of trial, and didn't find it all that useful for my driving habits. The only two features that I found very useful are autopark (nice to have, but I can park on my own, especially since autopark doesn't seem to care at all about cars driving around you, so it's a bit hazardous to use) and intelligent high beams. High beams I use all the time, since I live in the area without street lights and drive in the evening every day. Still paying $3500 for automatic high beams is a bit of an overkill in my mind. I would've bought autopilot at the originally quoted price, just because it's a cool feature to have, but this whole raising of pricing without honoring previous quotes makes me stop and think twice about it.