Tesla finally returns Autopilot to second-hand Model S owner after secretly wiping it from his car


Tesla finally returns Autopilot to second-hand Model S owner after secretly wiping it from his car
Tesla’s unsolicited removal of additional vehicle features appears to have been resolved, but it’s highlighted a much bigger issue with buying second-hand Teslas from third-party dealers. Last week, a report from Jalopnik revealed that Tesla surreptitiously removed the Enhanced Autopilot (EAP) and Full Self-Driving (FSD) features from a Model S that was sold second-hand, through a third-party dealer. On one hand, it looks like a quick attempt to make more money by selling upgrades multiple times on the same vehicle. On the other, it looks like another classic poorly handled Tesla mess-up. The whole debacle has highlighted a confusing situation…

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