On January 14, Tesla Motors will end up with sales of budget Model S sedans and Model X crossovers, which have a 75D index.
So said on Twitter Tesla director Elon Musk. He wrote that from Monday, January 14, Tesla will finish accepting orders for the Model S and Model X in versions with 75-kilowatt-hour batteries.
It turns out, Tesla will be engaged in the only sales of electric cars Model S and Model X with batteries for 100 kilowatt-hours. The cost of such cars in the United States is 94,000–97,000 US dollars, which is 18,000–15,000 US dollars more than previous prices.