Tesla Model S To Start From $68,000 Later This Month?
A person who goes by the handle of "ElonsVelvetJacket" on Reddit is claiming that the two lowest versions of the Tesla Model S, the S 60 and S 60D, will both get a $2,000 price bump later this month (November 22, to be exact).
Now, we'd normally write this off as just speculation, but since ElonsVelvetJacket has been right more times than wrong in the past, we believe his/her statement to hold a lot of credibility at this point.
Here's the Reddit post in its entirety:
"Model S 60 and 60D increasing by $2,000 on November 22nd."
So if you are in the market for a entry level Model S, we would suggest acting quickly if you'd like to avoid the potential price increase on either of the two listed versions of the 60 kWh Model S.
Currently, the cheapest S is the 60 starting from $66,000, but that will likely jump to $68,000 in a little over a week.
Another incentive to also buy soon is the end of Tesla's "free Supercharging" for the life program if you plan on being an active user of the network, which converts to pay-as-you-go (after the first 400 kWh of annual use) beginning on January 1st.
Today's full Tesla lineup plotted in one easy chart (Specs and pricing as of November 1st, 2016)
Tesla Model S 60 (Model S 60 - 210 miles range, Model S 60D - 218 miles)