What do you think of this theory? Given the issues around autopilot, when Tesla DOES release its next generation of Autopilot hardware, it will almost certainly want to provide an attractive upgrade path to owners of older AP hardware. In fact, the more starkly different and more capable the hardware is in v2, the more likely Tesla will want to make upgrades doable. It is too risky and dangerous to have multiple levels of AP "intelligence" out there... owners will be confused what theirs is capable of versus what the neighbors (or YouTubers) are showing theirs can do. The risk of messaging things wrong by a sales person or blogger or fellow owner is too high, so Tesla will want to offer upgrades at an attractive price to remove older generations of AP from the roads if possible. This isn't like the switchover from non-folding mirrors to folding ones, or the introduction of parking sensors. Someone with AP1 that thinks they can do what they saw an AP2 car do will get into real trouble. Smart people there at Tesla, so maybe the whole windshield modules and behind-bumper modules already are designed so they can add in more and different sensors. Thoughts?