I’ll explain how you’re wrong on all points:I'll lay it out for you.
1. When you order a new Tesla do you have to pay for FSD ? Yes
2. Do you get FSD when you pay for it ? No
3. Having paid for it do you know when FSD will be delivered ? No
I'll add one thing I do know from personal experience a couple of months ago:I’ll explain how you’re wrong on all points:
Please come back when you’ve read up on this subject and have something useful to contribute.
- FSD is completely optional. You can add it at any time if you change your mind as all cars come with the FSD hardware.
- Tesla are very clear about FSD rollout of features on the order page. For example NoA and Advanced Summon are part of the FSD feature set that has been released for a while. Traffic light response has just been released.
- Full FSD release is in the future with broad timescales. Tesla stress that this is dependent on local legislation. It’s been pretty clear to anyone actually buying it.
I'd like to drive a pickup sometime, and a large percentage of my friends drive them (both as a need and a want) but the size problem is worth noting. It impacts not only the driver, but those around them. It's difficult to see through or around large pickups and SUVs, such as if one is trying to navigate safely in turning left through an intersection.In reality the Cybertruck isn’t made for the OCONUS market - it’s just too big for any normal use. [...]
Well you certainly notice when you see a LWB transit parked in Tescos - it’s almost impossible to get past.I don't get this, it's smaller than a white transit van... how many of those do you see... everywhere?!