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در April - 22 - 2016

Tesla To Offer One-Month Free Trial Of Autopilot Technology

s mission to bring the latest in automotive into the hands of its customers took an ironic turn with the introduction of the Essentially, the system allows drivers of the to give full control of their vehicles to the technology. The Autopilot system has proven to be a hit for those who purchased it, but those who are less convinced about its potential will now be given a chance to test out the technology for a period of month at no cost.

During the one-month trial period, owners of the will be given time to try out the Autopilot system. If they like it, they can purchase the $3,000 over-the-air software update once the free trial concludes. If they don’t, well, the system will be disabled on their vehicles and they can go about driving their Model S’s on their own.

The Autopilot system doesn’t come cheap, but based on some of the recent reviews from people who have tried it, the tech appears to have delivered on its promise of letting the car do a number of on-road maneuvering on its own. That includes automatic steering, speed, lane changing, and parking with Summon.

The one-month free trial will give customers who are on-the-fence about the technology the opportunity to see for themselves what it’s capable of doing. That should be enough time to either convince someone to go for the software update or pass up on it entirely. Either way, it’s a good move by Tesla to essentially put the decision into the hands of its customers.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.



Tesla To Offer One-Month Free Trial Of Autopilot Technology

s mission to bring the latest in automotive into the hands of its customers took an ironic turn with the introduction of the Essentially, the system allows drivers of the to give full control of their vehicles to the technology. The Autopilot system has proven to be a hit for those who purchased it, but those who are less convinced about its potential will now be given a chance to test out the technology for a period of month at no cost.

During the one-month trial period, owners of the will be given time to try out the Autopilot system. If they like it, they can purchase the $3,000 over-the-air software update once the free trial concludes. If they don’t, well, the system will be disabled on their vehicles and they can go about driving their Model S’s on their own.

The Autopilot system doesn’t come cheap, but based on some of the recent reviews from people who have tried it, the tech appears to have delivered on its promise of letting the car do a number of on-road maneuvering on its own. That includes automatic steering, speed, lane changing, and parking with Summon.

The one-month free trial will give customers who are on-the-fence about the technology the opportunity to see for themselves what it’s capable of doing. That should be enough time to either convince someone to go for the software update or pass up on it entirely. Either way, it’s a good move by Tesla to essentially put the decision into the hands of its customers.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.


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