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Tesla Autopilot vs. Full Self-Driving (FSD): What are the Differences?

If you’ve been looking to buy a Tesla, you’ve probably heard of Tesla Autopilot and Full Self-Driving (FSD). Although they both sound like they do the same thing, there are some differences. Let’s take a deeper look at how they compare.

Autopilot

Release Date: October 2015 Availability: Standard on all vehicles after September 2014 Intended to be used: Mostly used only on highways Safety Features: Automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning

Full-Self Driving

Release Date: April 2022 Availability: Optional extra that can be ordered Intended to be used: When driving anywhere Safety Features: Automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning

Tesla Autopilot vs. Full Self-Driving (FSD): Must-Know Facts

– The first thing to understand is that FSD doesn’t replace or upgrade Autopilot but adds to it. – Autopilot is a driver assistance feature.  – FSD is a fully autonomous driving feature.

Autopilot vs. FSD: Which One is Better?

Full-Self Driving is much better than Autopilot in many ways. Full Self-Driving is better for city and highway driving, as well as parking maneuvers and identifying stop signs, road signs, and other objects.

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