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is a pricey proposition already, and it’s not getting any cheaper.
announced on Twitter that the entry-level 75D models will be discontinued. The deadline for ordering one is the night of January 13, 2019.
Starting on Monday, Tesla will no longer be taking orders for the 75 kWh version of the Model S & X. If you’d like that version, please order by Sunday night at https://t.co/46TXqRJ3C1
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 9, 2019
This means the new base trim for each model will be the 100D, a dual-motor model with a 100-kWh battery. So to buy a base
, starting on January 14, you’ll $94,000 100D, $18,000 more than for the 75D. For a Model X, the price of entry is $15,000 more at $97,000. It is important to note that prices for the 100D and P100D are not changing.
We don’t yet know if
has plans to introduce a new model below the Model S and X 100D. But we do know that Tesla has been moving away from its long-held practice of labeling vehicles by their battery capacity – the
, for instance, has a Long-Range model instead of a variant listing a larger pack.
Phasing out less potent models isn’t particularly unusual for Tesla. A couple of years ago,
, and then
a few months later. That may not console someone who was set on a 75D in the near future, but this might: That person could spend the 75D’s $76,000 on a Model 3 Performance – which is admittedly smaller than the Model S – that has a 50-mile better range and hits 60 mph about a second faster, all for $14,000 less.
from Autoblog http://bit.ly/2snpGLq