Tesla has lowered the price for upgrading its "Full Self-Driving" package for owners who currently have the Enhanced Autopilot package.
Earlier this year, they have deleted the Enhanced Autopilot package and unbundled several features to create a base autopilot package that they have made standard on all Tesla vehicles.
You have extended the Full Auto option and increased the price to $ 6,000 if ordered before shipment – $ 8,000 if ordered after delivery.
19659005] Navigate with the autopilot: Automatic driving from the highway entrance to the exit, including changing and overtaking slower cars.
Later, Tesla changed this structure to imply different prices before or after delivery.
Every Tesla owner has been able to upgrade to the Full Self-Driving package for $ 6,000 since May, but the automaker reserves the right to cut prices Increase the price in the future.
This caused a problem for Tesla owners with the Enhanced Autopilot package, as they had to pay more if they wanted to upgrade to the Full Self-Driving package, as Tesla added features in the package that they already have in the Enhanced Autopilot package. Have paid the package.
One week ago CEO Elon Musk confirmed the problem in a tweet to a customer:
Agree, should be $ 3,000 less to get from EAP to FSD.
̵1; e ^ 👁🥧 (@elonmusk) July 17, 2019
Today, Tesla has lowered the price for the Full Self-Driving Package for People with the Enhanced Autopilot Package to $ 3,000: 
We contacted Tesla about the change and will update if more information is added.
This was expected as Tesla unbundled the feature from the base autopilot package.
Now, to which EAP owners receive the promise of the FSD package "this year" for $ 3,000:
- Detecting and reacting to traffic lights and stop signs.
- Automatic driving on city streets.
You also get the new HW3 computer when Tesla starts offering upgrades.
If you think it's worth $ 3,000, it's up to you.
Tesla also says it will be more expensive if the company actually starts delivering some of these features, but prices are right It's hard to take Tesla too seriously when it comes to predicting prices.
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