Tesla dropped the price of its least expensive model, the Model S 75, from $74,500 to $69,500. That price drop helps make its least expensive car more affordable, just $1,500 more expensive than the $68,000 Model S 60 the automaker discontinued recently. Despite the lower price, Tesla added some standard equipment, too. The Model S 75 now sports a panoramic glass roof and automatic rear power liftgate. Tesla may giveth, but Tesla also taketh away -- the Model S 75 can no longer be had with smart air suspension, but the remaining variants can still opt for it.
Following last week's price cut, the Model S75 become more affordable. And Tesla is now including the power liftgate as standard. Save $7500 with the federal tax credit, and save additional with state incentives like $2500 in California (with certain income restrictions). Also, in addition save $1000 on your purchase of a Model S/X with using my referral link, http://ts.la/david7556.
We started 2017 with over 5,000 Superchargers globally and by the end of this year, Tesla will double that number to total more than 10,000 Superchargers and 15,000 Destination Charging connectors around the world. In North America, we’ll increase the number of Superchargers by 150 percent, and in California alone we’ll add more than 1,000 Superchargers. We’re moving full speed on site selection and many sites will soon enter construction to open in advance of the summer travel season.
Tesla is speeding up supercharger rollout as it gets ready for Model 3 production and a lot more Tesla owners on the road. In some areas like southern California and the Bay Area, Tesla is more than doubling the number of superchargers by the end of the year. Great news for owners.