Yesterday, Elon Musk told Twitter followers that Tesla’s Full Self-Driving subscription rollout will arrive “early next year.” Engadget reports: In theory, you could add the autonomous (currently semi-autonomous) features without a steep up-front cost in a matter of months. You might not want to plan your schedule around that timetable. Tesla previously hoped to offer a Full Self-Driving subscription by the end of 2020, and that’s clearly not happening. Whenever the monthly plan arrives, it could be key to boosting adoption. If you lease your Tesla, you might not have to pay as much to use Full Self-Driving for the useful life of your EV. It could also give you an opportunity to try the features as long as you like without committing to a full purchase. It’s safe to say the usual $10,000 price (as of this writing) is daunting if you’re not completely sold on the technology. Read more of this story at Slashdot.