Tesla has announced the termination of the base, rear-wheel drive Model S 75, meaning every Model S sold in the future will feature all-wheel drive.
This move shouldn’t come as a surprise, since Tesla needs to make room in its product lineup for the Model 3. The only buyers that will be left out in the cold are those who would prefer to have a base Model S rather than wait months, if not years, for a Model 3.
The elimination of the Model S 75 cuts the Model S lineup down to only the 75D, 100D, and P100D variants. This, of course, means the starting price for the Model S now begins at $74,500 in the United States, up from $69,500 for the Model S 75.
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