Tesla FSD Beta for Canada Still Coming in February, Says Elon Musk

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Are you still patiently waiting for Tesla to expand its Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta to Canada?

Back in mid-January, Elon Musk said FSD beta would start rolling out in Canada in 2-4 weeks, in a cautious manner. That timeline, like previous promises, have come and gone (#elontime).

When asked about that timeline tonight by Noah Webb (@NoahWebb_), and whether Canadians would see FSD beta in February, Musk replied with a simple “yes”.

Back in October 2021, FSD beta hit a small number of owners in Canada, while earlier in September, we saw private testers share videos of the beta in action.

In November of last year, Musk said “maybe December” when asked about FSD beta’s arrival in Canada. He said “no guarantees” at the time and noted the delay was due to lots of “incremental testing and code tweaks for different road system in Canada.”

Tesla will likely cautiously roll out the Autopilot add-on to those with the highest Safety Scores, determined by an owner’s driving habits, similar to its launch in the United States.

When FSD beta arrives in Canada, the price may see an increase, as that’s what happened in the United States.