Tesla Model S And Model X Comparison After Return Of The 60 kWh Sedan
The return of the Tesla Model S 60 kWh (also available in 60D/AWD version) replaces the 70/70D at the lower entry level price of the Tesla sedan by $5,500 to $58,500. A 75 kWh battery optioned S is available as the new mid-point.
The difference compared to “old” 70 kWh is just 24 miles of EPA range.
In actual fact, Tesla the equips all the 60/60D with 75 kWh batteries – and offers owners of the base car to option to access the additional 15 kWh (25% more kWh for around 19-20% more range) now or in the future for a cost of $8,500 ($9,000 after delivery).
For your convenience we have compiled a fresh comparison of all the trim levels and data of the new Model S and Model X versions available in U.S.
Via Tesla on the 60 kWh Model S:
“Today we’re excited to reintroduce the Model S 60. Starting at $58,500 (after incentives) or $667 a month (details here), the Model S 60 delivers 210 miles (EPA est.) of range, a top speed of 130 mph and zero-to-60 acceleration in 5.5 seconds.
With all-wheel drive, the Model S 60D provides more range (218 miles EPA est.) and faster acceleration (zero-to-60 in 5.2 seconds).
Like all Tesla vehicles, the 60 and 60D come standard with active safety features and Autopilot hardware. And both versions can later be upgraded through a software update to 75 kWh for about 20% extra range.
Anyone who buys a 60 or any other new Model S or Model X between now and July 15 through the Tesla Referral Program gets a $1,000 credit towards the purchase. Just get the special personal code of any Tesla owner and enter it at the time of purchase.”