Tesla preparing to register Full Self-Driving in China, according to report.

Tesla appears to be making moves towards launching its Full Self-Driving (FSD) system in China. According to a recent report from *Reuters*, the electric vehicle manufacturer is reportedly preparing to register FSD with Chinese authorities. This effort is part of Tesla’s plan to introduce the advanced driver-assist system in the country, with potential plans for a subscription-based model as well. If Tesla successfully registers FSD with China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the company employees are likely to begin testing the advanced driver-assist system on public roads in the country.

The addition of FSD could significantly expand Tesla’s user base in China, as the only available systems until now were basic Autopilot and Enhanced Autopilot. These existing systems offer convenience for drivers but lack FSD’s flagship feature – Autopilot on City Streets. With FSD, Tesla could gain a competitive edge in the market, particularly in China’s mature electric vehicle sector, where many competitors currently offer systems comparable to basic Autopilot and Enhanced Autopilot, not FSD. The potential release of FSD in China could also make Tesla’s Giga Shanghai-made Model 3 sedan and Model Y crossover more appealing to consumers.

This move has the potential to attract even more users to Tesla’s advanced driver-assist system and solidify the company’s position in the Chinese market. For any news tips, feel free to contact us.

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