Tesla has issued a voluntary recall on certain Model S, Model 3, Model X and Model Y vehicles that have installed or pending installation of software that contains the Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta feature. This recall affects only US and CA vehicles. Affected vehicles were identified based on...www.tesla.com
"Until the software version containing the fix is available, we have paused the rollout of FSD Beta to all who have opted-in but have not yet received a software version containing FSD Beta."
Doesn't sound like increasing the price of FSD is on the agenda at the moment. As a matter of fact, if this ruling
then this is the best thing that has happened to Tesla in the last six years. Maybe they will scale back the offering for the time being and roll out some less glamorous but pretty useful stuff like parking assists? Project Vision USS
I can absolutely, positively, guarantee you that this ruling is not, will not, or does not "
It's a simple freaking recall notice for which Tesla turned off deploying software for maybe a dozen people for a few weeks. And this may be because (and I don't know the facts) that you can't sell a car with a pending recall. They turn off the ability to download it, then no more cars can be added to the recall list.forces them to first develop a reliable FSD before being able to sell it to customers
It's mainly a lawyer thing to play the game.
It is absolutely brain blowing that you and other people can think
People aren't forced to buy it. Matter of fact Tesla has increased its price to such an obnoxiously high level that people have to REALLY WANT IT to buy it. There is a demand for it. There are people willing to put down a lot of money, knowing that it isn't here yet.forces them to first develop a reliable FSD before being able to sell it to customers
But then again reusable rockets will never work.