Tesla backflips (again) and deletes entry-level Model S

Less than a year after bringing it back, Tesla has announced it will be cutting the entry-level Model S from its lineup again. Both single- and dual-motor 60 kWh model will be cut, with the brand citing low demand as the reason. .. Continue Reading Tesla backflips (again) and deletes entry-level Model S Category: Automotive Tags: Model S Tesla Model 3 Electric Vehicles Tesla Related Articles: Tesla announces new entry-level Model S alongside battery and "Ludicrous Mode" updates Tesla Model 3 preorders exceed 325,000 within the first week Tesla confirms March unveiling for $35,000 Model 3 Tesla unplugs free supercharging perks for new owners Tesla makes its big play for the mainstream with the Model 3 Tesla increases the power and price of M

Tesla backflips (again) and deletes entry-level Model S

Less than a year after bringing it back, Tesla has announced it will be cutting the entry-level Model S from its lineup again. Both single- and dual-motor 60 kWh model will be cut, with ...

Mon 20 Mar 17 from Gizmag

Tesla is discontinuing its cheapest Model S next month

Tesla will soon be discontinuing sales of its 60 kWh Model S sedan to make way for the more affordable Model 3.

Mon 20 Mar 17 from Techspot

Tesla Discontinues Cheapest Model S

Tesla offers several battery pack options to customers who are looking to purchase one of its cars like the Model S sedan. For quite some time now, the 60kWh Model S has been the cheapest ...

Sun 19 Mar 17 from Ubergizmo

Tesla kills its relatively affordable 60kWh Model S options

After April 16th, 2017, people will no longer be able to buy the most affordable Tesla cars available today. The automaker has decided to stop offering the Model S 60 and 60D options ...

Sat 18 Mar 17 from Engadget

Tesla Discontinuing Model S 60 & 60D

Tesla announced yesterday that it is discontinuing the Tesla Model S 60 and 60D versions Tesla Discontinuing Model S 60 & 60D was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from ...

Sat 18 Mar 17 from CleanTechnica

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