Tesla To Discontinue Model S, X 90 kWh On June 8
Soon only two battery choices will be offered on the Tesla Model S and X.
Effective June 8, Tesla will discontinue the 90 kWh battery option on the Model S and X. This was expected to happen for some time now after the introduction of the 100 kWh version of both electric vehicles.
Deletion of the 90 kWh version will limit your choices to the 75 kWh or 100 kWh battery packs.
The deletion of the mid-sized battery will simplify ordering. The online configurator will be set up to allow you to select “standard,” which is the 75 kWh version, or “premium,” which gets you the 100 kWh battery. Buyers can add “performance” to the high-level battery to get the P version of either the S or X.
Range goes from 249 to 335 miles depending on which model and battery pack you choose.
If you’re hoping to score a 90 kWh, your days are limited so order now.
Source: Tesla Model 3 Owners Club