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Infotainment Upgrade $2000 for AP2.0/2.5, $1500 for Older Vehicles

MIT_S60

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Nov 23, 2016
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I know the Infotainment Upgrade was $2500 up until recently. I thought it dropped to $1500, but it looks like it's actually $2000 for AP2.0/2.5 vehicles:
This upgrade is available for $2,000 plus applicable tax, including installation, for vehicles equipped with Autopilot Computer 2.0 or 2.5 and for $1,500 plus applicable tax, including installation, for all other vehicles

Did they increase the price from $1500 to $2000 for AP2.0/2.5 vehicles or was the price difference called out earlier?
 

MIT_S60

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Looks like it's covered starting with this post:
 

ucmndd

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Mar 10, 2016
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Yes, it has been discussed a few times. First it was $2500 for everyone. Then $1500 for everyone. Now it's split.

$1500 for pre-AP or AP1 cars
$2,000 for AP2.0/2.5 (because they need HW3 upgrade as part of the deal, presumably the extra $500 is to cover that)
$1,500 for cars that already have HW3

So basically, cars eligible for FSD that didn't buy it have to pony up an extra $500.
 
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MIT_S60

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Nov 23, 2016
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Orange County, CA
Yes, it has been discussed a few times. First it was $2500 for everyone. Then $1500 for everyone. Now it's split.

$1500 for pre-AP or AP1 cars
$2,000 for AP2.0/2.5 (because they need HW3 upgrade as part of the deal, presumably the extra $500 is to cover that)
$1,500 for cars that already have HW3

So basically, cars eligible for FSD that didn't buy it have to pony up an extra $500.
The question remains whether cars that have pre-paid for FSD are covered under the $2000 or $1500 (as they're eligible to get HW3 installed at the same time).
 

viper2ko

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Aug 30, 2017
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The question remains whether cars that have pre-paid for FSD are covered under the $2000 or $1500 (as they're eligible to get HW3 installed at the same time).

Pretty sure they will still charge $2000. Teslas backwards sketch way of off loading the cost of HW3 onto the buyer
 

ucmndd

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Mar 10, 2016
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The question remains whether cars that have pre-paid for FSD are covered under the $2000 or $1500 (as they're eligible to get HW3 installed at the same time).
I don't think it's a question, it's quite clear. If you bought HW3 through other means (meaning the FSD package), your charge is $1500.
 

ucmndd

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Mar 10, 2016
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I got the upgrade on March 24th. Paid $1500 and got the HW3 upgrade for my late '17 MS75D (with AP 2.5). I have not paid for FSD, only have EAP.
You just snuck in… the change is very recent. The most recent internet archive copy from March 17 still shows the $1500 for all price.
 

BPeter

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Feb 2, 2019
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Interesting that they make AP2.5 users buy the FSD computer, since MCU2 with AP2.5 is a standard configuration. I think they were upgrading all AP2.0 computers to FSD because MCU2 + AP2.0 wasn't ever a configuration offered.
 

MIT_S60

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Nov 23, 2016
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Orange County, CA
Here's the line item for AP3.0 confirming it should be $1500:
TeslaInfotainmentUpgrade.png
 
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