Tesla Launches Enhanced Autopilot in the U.S. and Canada, Again

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After Enhanced Autopilot started making its way to other countries around the world, Tesla has relaunched the Autopilot add-on on its website and within the company’s mobile app for purchase (via @SawyerMerritt).

Enhanced Autopilot is available for $6,000 USD in the U.S. and $6,400 CAD in Canada, as of writing. The add-on includes the standard Navigate on Autopilot, but throws in Auto Lane Change, Autopark, Summon and Smart Summon.

The add-on brings features from Tesla’s Full Self-Driving package, minus Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control and Autosteer on city streets (currently in beta).

Last week, Enhanced Autopilot debuted in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea.

When Elon Musk was asked last week if the feature could be brought back for everyone, he answered with “OK”. Looks like this debut took less than the standard “two weeks” from Musk.

It’s unclear if Tesla will ever offer a monthly subscription for Enhanced Autopilot, like what’s currently available for Full Self-Driving in the United States. The auto lane change feature would be very handy for road trips and highway driving.

Still, though, it’s an expensive ask at $6,000 USD to have your Tesla change lanes by itself. But for those not interested in FSD, this is the return they’ve been waiting for.