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Past Tesletter articles

Canada and Norway will be the next ones in receiving the FSD beta

Good news for Tesla owners in Norway and Canada since, according to Elon Musk on Twitter, they will be the next ones in receiving the FSD beta after the US goes out of the early beta phase. Nice!

From issue #136

FSD Beta Canada in about a month?

Elon said “no guarantees” but he mentioned that FSD Beta Canada might be available in a month or so. He expects v10.5 to go out around 11/21 and to include those with a Safety Score of 98.

From issue #190

FSD Beta now in Candada

Our friends in the north received “The Button” this week and a few people already got FSD Beta, although it seems to be a very small group for now. It is great to see FSD Beta expanding!

From issue #205

Internal FSD Beta testing in Canada

Before FSD Beta was released to external cars, Elon said that they had around 60 internal cars testing it in Canada. By now, there are some external testers, like the one from the previous article.

From issue #205

Model 3 admissible for import in Canada from US

I have no idea if it even makes sense, but at least is good to know that Model 3s are admissible for import in Canada without modifications, as well as original roadsters from VIN #501 through #1420. Model S and Model X - for what I understand - require some modifications.

Read more: Reddit

From issue #75

Model 3 is already available in Canada

First Model 3 owner in Canada. Congratulations Steve!

Read more: Twitter

From issue #8

Stop and right turn on AutoPilot in Canada

Most people don’t know that after NoA takes an exit, it’d stop at the first intersection by itselft - no mater if there is a stop sign or a green or red traffic light. This Model 3 owner recorded a video of that and about how AP can then follow the turn if it has good marking by just lightly pressing the accelerator.

From issue #61

Supercharging across Canada in an epic coast-to-coast nonstop road trip

Ian Pavelko and Trevor Page from Tesla Owners Online have finally been able to complete this epic coast-to-coast nonstop road trip across Canada. It took them 73 hours… who said EVs can’t be used in cold weather? Or bad for road trips? This is amazing and will for sure help a lot of people realize EVs are a solid choice and are here to stay. Check out their video sharing the good and the bad of this adventure.

From issue #103

Tesla donated 350 charging stations to Parks Canada

The Government of Canada is committed to providing Canadians with practical solutions to reduce emissions. Amongst other initiatives, they’re investing a lot in installing EV charging stations near the most popular Parks Canada places across the country. And to help make it happen, Tesla has donated over 350 charging stations to Parks Canada. Way to go, Tesla!

From issue #125

Tesla increases prices for all Model S, 3, X, and Y variants in Canada

Not so good news for folks in Canada, Tesla has been adjusting their prices. The price of FSD Capability has increased by $2,200, and both Model Y variants were also increased by $1,000 and $1,100. All variants of all refreshed Model S and X were increased by $600. The biggest price increase belongs to the Model 3 Long Range (LR), now $3,000 more expensive.

From issue #215

Tesla Model X Plaid spotted in Toronto to kick off the first Canadian Model X deliveries in nearly one and a half years

Happy to see the new Model X getting to more customers, some of whom have been waiting for their new X for over one and a half years!

From issue #213