Tesla to Charge Fee for Navigation
Tesla to Charge Fee for Navigation

Tesla to Charge Fee for Navigation

27 july, 20221 minute to read
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Tesla will no longer offer lifetime Standard Connectivity package on any vehicle orders placed after July 20, 2022. It will expire after eight years.

Tesla currently offers two connectivity packages with its vehicles: Standard and Premium. Standard Connectivity only includes Navigation, while Premium Connectivity includes many of the more luxurious features and costs $9.99 per month or $99 per year.

All Tesla cars bought after the 20th of July will have their free Standard Connectivity packages expire after eight years of use. This means, drivers will have no access to navigation unless they buy a Premium subscription.

According to the automaker’s Connectivity section on the Support webpage, Tesla will remove Standard Connectivity inclusion with all new vehicle orders:

All new Tesla vehicles ordered on or before July 20, 2022, will have Standard Connectivity features at no cost for the lifetime of the vehicle (excluding retrofits or upgrades required for any features or services externally supplied to the vehicle – e.g. telecommunications network). As additional features and services become available in the future, you will have the opportunity to upgrade your connectivity plan.

Most Tesla owners already have Premium Connectivity package, so this move should not affect many owners who purchase new vehicles.

27 july, 2022
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