Elon Musk says Tesla will roll out Full Self-Driving beta in Canada 'cautiously' within the next month. He first predicted in 2020 that it would be out 'very soon.'

Musk said on Sunday that the Full Self-Driving software will be available in Canada within a month.
"We will start rolling out the free trial in Canada in the next 2 to 4 weeks," Musk said.

In December 2020, the CEO predicted that the FSD would be extended to Canada very soon.

There were no guarantees when Musk said in November that the FSD would be live in Canada the following month.

He said that the software needed a lot of testing and code tweaking for a different road system in Canada than the US.

It's possible for electric vehicles to change lanes, enter and exit highways, recognize stop signs and traffic lights, and park. The software doesn't make the car fully self-sufficient.

Musk's announcement in early January about raising the price of the software from $10,000 to $12,000 was followed by the update on the release in Canada.

In the US, a new version of the software called the 10.3 update is available. Musk said the company would roll back version 10.2 because it was seeing some issues.