# Charting The Changes – Tesla Model S, X Pricing, Options, Etc.

11 MO BY ERIC LOVEDAY 8

### Effective today, some versions of the Tesla Model S and Model X are slightly more expensive.

But a week or so ago, other versions of the Model S saw a substantial price cut.

The big news came a week ago when Tesla unexpectedly lopped $5,000 off the two cheapest versions of the Model S (75 and 75D). This came as Tesla eliminated the lowest-level Model S (60) and as the automaker restructured pricing on the battery upgrade from 60 to 75 kWh.

It’s not all discounts though.

Tesla recently released what we’ll refer to as a *“charting the changes”* statement. With all the available versions of the Model S and X, it’s actually rather difficult to keep track of the constant tweaks and changes made by Tesla. So, here’s a look at the new pricing, with notations made where price changes go into effect today.

#### Model S

75: $69,500

75D: $74,500

90D: $87,500

100D: $97,500 (beginning 4/24)

P100DL: $140,000 (beginning 4/24)

#### Model X

75D: $82,500

90D: $93,500

100D: $99,500 (beginning 4/24)

P100DL: $145,000 (beginning 4/24)

Below is a more detailed rundown of the various other changes made over the last week or so.

#### 75 and 75D models

- Price reduction of $5,000 for Model S
- Price reduction of $3,000 for Model X
- Model S orders now come standard with our Glass Roof and Power Liftgate, and are now only available with coil suspension
- Both Model S and Model X are now only available with our 48 amp charger

#### 90D models

- Price reduction of $2,000 for both Model S and Model X
- Model S orders now come standard with our Glass Roof and Power Liftgate
- Both Model S and Model X 90D are now only available with our 48 amp charger

#### 100D models

- Price increase of $5,000 for Model S (beginning 4/24)
- Price increase of $1,000 for Model X (beginning 4/24)
- Model S orders now come standard with our Glass Roof and Power Liftgate, and will now come standard with Smart Air Suspension (coil suspension still available for 100D orders until 4/24)
- Both Model S and Model X 100D are now only available with our High Amperage Charger (72 amps)

#### P100D models

- Price increase of $5,500 for Model S (beginning 4/24)
- Price increase of $9,500 for Model X (beginning 4/24)
- Model S orders now come standard with our Glass Roof and Power Liftgate, and will continue to come standard with Smart Air Suspension
- Both Model S and Model X P100D are now only available with our High Amperage Charger (72 amps)

#### Other Model X changes

- All Model X vehicles with a Six Seat Interior will also have a new second row center console option available for $500.
- For Model X orders, our 20” Silver Helix wheel is being replaced with a new 20” Sonic Carbon offering.

These changes are…*subject to change*, but they’re accurate at the time of publication.

**Category**: Tesla

So the models which only comes with 48 amp charger now, would Tesla allow upgrade to 72 amp after purchase?

Fast-charging usage varies greatly by utility and it makes no sense to limit high-amp charging to 100s.

There are many owners of 100D/P100D vehicles on TOU or demand limited who don’t want it, but for others, like me who don’t have such limits, I find it very useful regardless of what size battery I have.

To me, it’s paying extra to minimize inconvenience.

I hope Tesla doesn’t follow the model of requiring a lot of expensive features to get the largest battery when they start selling the Model 3. My dream Model 3 would have the premium interior, rear wheel drive, over 300 miles of range and no other options.

For an article entitled “Charting The Changes”, I am highly disappointed to find it contains no charts…

Same here!

My reaction, too.

Agreed!

I see the Premium seats are now $3300 (formally $2500?).

Was this change recent as well? Why the additional $800?