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Tesla Provides One-Time Full Self-Driving Transfer Opportunity Until September 30th

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Tesla Full Self-Driving Transfer

Tesla has begun alerting owners of their ability to transfer the Full Self-Driving (FSD) feature they purchased to a different car, given that they accept delivery within the upcoming three months. The “one-time amnesty” was declared during Tesla’s Q2 2023 investor meeting by Elon Musk, enabling owners to relocate their FSD. Keith Dahlenburg, a Twitter user, has shared a snapshot (via Not A Tesla App, The Verge) of the offer, featuring its terms and conditions.

A notable condition is that owners can only benefit from this single-use amnesty if they accept delivery of a new Tesla vehicle from July 20th to September 30th, 2023. It cannot be utilized retroactively, meaning owners who took delivery before or after these dates will need to repurchase access. Furthermore, FSD is not inexpensive — Tesla increased its price to $15,000 last year. This marks a substantial cost increase for early buyers who managed to secure the feature for $5,000 in the past. Now, they can acquire a new model without having to repurchase the feature.

Owners who decide to go with the transfer offer will have to give up the feature in their present vehicle. Tesla will de-activate FSD in their old EV up to a week prior to their planned delivery date, and it cannot be reactivated even if they retract their order for a new vehicle. However, Tesla does not guarantee delivery by the time the promotion ends, so owners could potentially miss out on the offer if their deliveries are unfortunately postponed.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Tesla Full Self-Driving Transfer

What is Tesla’s Full Self-Driving transfer offer?

Tesla has announced an offer allowing existing owners to transfer their purchased Full Self-Driving (FSD) feature to a new vehicle. The condition for this transfer is that the owners must take delivery of the new vehicle within a specific period, from July 20th to September 30th, 2023.

How long is Tesla’s Full Self-Driving transfer offer valid?

The offer is valid until September 30th, 2023. To take advantage of the offer, owners must take delivery of their new Tesla vehicle within this period.

What happens to the Full Self-Driving feature in my current vehicle if I use the transfer offer?

If you choose to use the transfer offer, the FSD feature will be removed from your current vehicle up to a week before the scheduled delivery date of your new car. You won’t be able to get it back even if you cancel your new car purchase.

What is the cost of Tesla’s Full Self-Driving feature?

As of last year, the cost of Tesla’s Full Self-Driving feature is $15,000. This is a significant increase from its initial price of $5,000 for early adopters.

What if my new Tesla vehicle delivery gets delayed and goes beyond the promotion period?

Tesla does not guarantee delivery by the end of the promotion period. Therefore, if your new vehicle delivery gets delayed and goes beyond September 30th, 2023, you could miss the opportunity to use the FSD transfer offer.

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7 comments

Green_Go_Faster July 22, 2023 - 5:00 pm

is it just me or does anyone else think they’re doing this to clear out stock before a new model drop? 😉 just guessing…

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EV_Adam July 23, 2023 - 12:45 am

15k for self-driving, man! Remember when it was just 5 grand. Inflation is a beast…

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EcoDriver01 July 23, 2023 - 4:07 am

wait…so they’ll remove FSD from my current car?? Don’t know if that’s worth it

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Jenny_4_Wheels July 23, 2023 - 8:55 am

Wow, this is a game changer! Wish I hadn’t gotten my new model last month though… 🙁

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RacerJoe July 23, 2023 - 9:01 am

hmm… would be a great deal if they could actually guarantee delivery by end of the promo. I’ve heard stories about delays.

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CruiseControlLover July 23, 2023 - 11:12 am

Kinda bummed it’s not retroactive… still a cool move from Tesla, though. Props where props are due.

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AutoEnthusiast23 July 23, 2023 - 2:21 pm

Classic Tesla, always surprising us! This is an interesting strategy from Musk.

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