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Order not confirmed, AP 2.0 not an option.

Discussion in 'Model X: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by Terapin, Oct 20, 2016.

  1. Terapin

    Terapin Member

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    Interesting. I went into my Tesla X order which isn't confirmed yet to see what the options around the new AP options. I had none, except the original AP, which is called "Autopilot Convenience Features". Yet if I start a new order, I have the new options available to check off. Thoughts? I think I am confirmed either tomorrow or Saturday.
     
  2. Firewired

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    I would just cancel, and re-put the order in. Then there is not doubt what your getting.
     
  3. Terapin

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    I'm only leasing the car for a few years- not sure it's worth the added cost without knowing exactly when it will be rolled out, or what will be permissible in my area.
     
  4. Dr Doom

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    what did autopilot cost? it may benefit not to cancel it if you can get the autopilot 2.0 at a lower cost.
     
  5. Terapin

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    I think 4k CAD.
     
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    If you call Tesla I'm certain they can fix your order.
     
  7. vandacca

    vandacca ReActive Member

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    Tesla indicated that all new vehicles off the line will have AP 2.0 hardware. If Tesla hasn't started building your vehicle yet, I'm sure you'll be getting the new hardware. You can certainly confirm with Tesla, but I'd be very confident that if you do nothing, you'll still get the new hardware.
     
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    Yes, the new hardware will be there BUT the activation cost of the old Autopilot and the new one is different. And if not ordered at build time, the later activation fee is substantially more.
     
  9. Devlinx

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    Well, if you ordered and paid for AP1 and your X is equipped with AP2 hardware they should at least activate the AP1 functions.
    Am I right about this?
     
  10. hollywood

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    Not really. It sounded like that it's a different hardware setup, so 8.0 won't work and hence new software needs to be introduced.
     
  11. Devlinx

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    That's not my point. He paid for AP convenience functions like: autosteer, autopark, summon, etc. which where availabe at the moment of order. It is up to TMC to provide these functionalities as agreed. This means that TMC cannot charge an extra fee for these AP functions if they upgrade the hardware. They can charge for additional AP functions and autonomous driving, but only if the client wants to activate these.
     
  12. MP3Mike

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    There are numerous threads about this but so far people have been told if they ordered AP before the announcement and their car hasn't been built yet they will get the new hardware with the AP 1.0 features. If you want the Enhanced AP features you have to pay the difference, $2000 or $2500, to upgrade. And then if you want full autonomy you have to pay an additional $3000 on top of the Enhanced AP upgrade costs.

    So there will be some number of cars that are unique in that they have the new hardware but old feature set. (Probably less than 30k of them.)
     
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