60-kWh Model S Pricing Gets Bumped Up by $2,170

60-kWh Model S Pricing Gets Bumped Up by $2,170

While Tesla Motors continues to work out some kinks on its updated website, we've discovered this:

60-kWh Model S:

  • Old price after federal tax credit: $62,400

    85-kWh Gets Price Increase of $1,170

    85-kWh Gets Price Increase of $1,170

  • Current price after federal tax credit: $64,570
  • Price increase: $2,170

85-kWh Model S:

  • Old price after federal tax credit: $72,400
  • Current price after federal tax credit: $73,570
  • Price increase: $1,170

    P85 Pricing Goes Down by $3,830

    P85 Pricing Goes Down by $3,830

85-kWH Performance Model S:

  • Old price after federal tax credit:  $87,400
  • Current price after federal tax credit: $83,570
  • Price reduction: - $3,830
It's worth pointing out that there are some "option issues" in play here.  These have caused quite a stir.  For more on that, we direct you to the Tesla Motors Forum, where Model S options are discussed in detail.

As a refresher, this isn't the first time that Tesla "adjusted" Model S prices.  Check out this handy graphic from when Tesla altered Model S pricing effective January 1, 2013: