Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta Should Be Ready For Some Europeans In Summer

Some Tesla drivers in Europe could be having their cars drive themselves this summer. That’s after CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to say that left-hand-drive Teslas should be getting the FSD package within the next few months.

Unfortunately, those who live in areas of the continent that drive on the left — and have their steering wheels on the right — are going to have to wait a little longer.

How much longer? Nobody knows, but Musk says that it should be a “few months” after those driving left-hand-drive Teslas get in on the act.

The news came when Tesla’s top dog was replying to a tweet by a UK Tesla owners’ group that had asked when they could expect the Full Self-Driving beta to make its way across the pond. It’s already available in the United States and Canada, for example.

Musk’s response will have been more hopeful for some than others.

FSD Beta should be available in Europe for LHD this summer, RHD a few months later. These dates depend on regulatory approval.

Whether Tesla actually meats those timescales is anyone’s guess and we’re still months away from anyone in Europe being able to have their Tesla take the strain of driving. But it will at least be a comfort to Europeans that Musk, and indeed Tesla, hasn’t forgotten about them.

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