FSD is not FSD Beta, no matter how many times you confuse the two.
You get it too, FSD CAPABILITY
is not FSD Beta. But Tesla sells FSD CAPABILITY
not FSD BETA. You're the one mixing up what the issue is here. Every single time you go to buy anything from Tesla, they call it FSD CAPABILITY
You can buy FSD CAPABILITY
today. Tesla will take you money for it TODAY. This is not a future thing. But it's a thing you can only buy if you have the right hardware.
“but Tesla said my car had all the hardware to run FSD”
We need to stop making up quotes. The actual advertisement from Tesla:
All Tesla vehicles produced in our factory, including Model 3, have the hardware needed for full self-driving capability
The actual product Tesla SELLS, which us "Full Self Driving Capability
": Full Self-Driving Capability Subscriptions | Tesla Support
With Full Self-Driving (FSD) capability, you will get access to a suite of more advanced driver assistance features, designed to provide more active guidance and assisted driving under your active supervision.
That page literally has the section:
Hardware upgrades to the Full Self-Driving computer are not included with Full Self-Driving capability subscriptions. To be eligible for FSD capability subscriptions, the FSD computer must be installed in your vehicle.
Tesla literally said all cars come with the HW needed for FSD CAPABILITY
. They then tell you that in order to subscribe to FSD CAPABILITY
, you have to pay for hardware.
This really isn't that hard, and it has NOTHING to do with City Streets Autosteer BETA (which is what "FSD Beta" actually is). It's what Tesla sells TODAY and won't let you buy without hardware they told you was already in the car.