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Speed Dating: Getting To Know Tesla’s Autopilot

April 21st, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Tesla's Autopilot has been hailed as the ultimate platform for developing a fully autonomous driving solution. After 8 months of owning our Tesla Model 3, Tesla shrunk down the base Autopilot package by removing a few features, and at the same time dropping the after-purchase price from $7,000 for Enhanced Autopilot to $4,000 for the new Autopilot package. It felt like the right time to pull the trigger on the update, so we made the purchase on March 1st


Tesla Offers Owners 50% Off Autopilot & Full Self-Driving 

March 2nd, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Tesla stirred up quite a controversy amongst buyers of its vehicles over the last few months when it slashed prices across its fleet from a few thousand dollars up to more than $50,000 on some configurations. That's great news for new buyers, but puts existing owners in a quandary since their resale values drop instantaneously


Tesla Pushing Out “Drive On Navigation” Autopilot Feature Tonight

October 27th, 2018 | by Kyle Field

Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to tweets this evening to break the news that the new Autopilot feature "Drive on Navigation" would be pushed to out to the fleet of production vehicles starting tonight. When similar news broke for the release of Tesla's version 9.0, the release was spread out over nearly two weeks as eager owners helicoptered over their smart devices waiting for a software update notification (including me)


Life Is Like A Model 3 Reservation … You Never Know What You’re Gonna Get

August 12th, 2017 | by Steve Bakker

Tesla is still not talking much about the Model 3, but everybody else is. Have you noticed a wee bit of divisiveness in discussions of the Model 3 since the employee delivery party on July 28th? What I’ve been pondering since then is how the existing gap of split opinion regarding the most anticipated car in the known universe seems to have suddenly ripped open wider than the jaws of the car crusher at Monster Joe’s wrecking yard



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