Tesla’s most expensive vehicle witnessed a major drop in prices overnight, thanks to improvements in the production efficiency of the 100 kWh batteries that are used in their construction. The discounts range from $3,500 to $5,000, depending on the model, and include both the Model S and Model X top trims.
Improvements in the 100 kWH battery pack process should also help Tesla keep up with demand, which is growing at last check thanks to a halo effect spiking interest around the launch of the new, more affordable Model 3.
Here’s exactly how the new pricing structure breaks down:
- Model S 100D: $97,500 -> $94,000
- Model S P100D: $140,000 -> $135,000
- Model X 100D: $99,500 -> $96,000
- Model X P100D: $145,000 -> $140,000