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Tesla finally released its much anticipated Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta Version II last month. But contrary to the EV maker’s expectations, most of its customers haven’t been happy. In fact, one Tesla customer, Ian Jordan, recently won a lawsuit against the EV maker.
Tesla told its customers that EVs produced starting in 2016 will be FSD-compatible. The EV maker also promised that cars needing hardware upgrading would get it free. But towards the end of 2021, Tesla started charging customers instead. Ian Jordan, who owns a Tesla Model 3, sued Tesla in a small claims court in Washington State. Tesla paid the plaintiff a fee amounting to over $2,000 in compensation for the claims. Electrek covered this story and now their Twitter account is blocked. Wow!