April 2017 Price Changes for the Tesla Model S — And What It Means For Tesla Customers

Tesla has just changed the pricing of its Model S 75 after removing the Tesla Model S 60 from sale. Here’s a run-down of what the price changes are, what changes Tesla has made to its family of electric cars — and a possible reason as to why the Model S 60 has been dropped in the first place.
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  • Martin Lacey

    Simplification of S/X production and the removal of sub assembly lines frees up staff and space for Model 3. Dropping the price of the 75kWh to nearly the same price as the outgoing 60kWh is also a come buy me temptation for Model 3 reservation owners with a bigger budget. I’m guessing this will also match/exceed base Model 3 range.

    • vdiv

      In addition to the upcoming Model 3 the apparent chess castling could be that it was hard to justify buying a Model S with less range than a Bolt EV, which helped precipitate the removal of the second gen. 60 and defacto replacing it with the 75. In other words Tesla sweetened the pie. Yes, people generally do not cross-shop the two, but they do look at one through the lens of the other and may not consider the supercharger-enabled effective range of the Model S.

      On the other end removing previously available and sought after options on a premium car is not good for the buyer.