Previously priced from $77,000, last night (concurrent with the already-announced cancellation of the 60 kWh version of the Model S) Tesla slashed pricing for the 75-kWh Model S by some $7,500.
The Model S 75 is now the cheapest Tesla offered.
Tesla’s pricing on the 75 Model S has changed several times since its introduction some 10 months ago. Originally, it was priced from $74,500, but tweaks to equipment, etc. resulted in some slight price changes from time to time.
In addition to the price drop overnight, Tesla shook up the equipment list quite a bit. The all-glass roof is now standard, as is the rear powered liftgate. Deletions include the previously-optional smart air suspension and optional 72-amp charger.
Additionally, battery upgrades to 75 kWh for the 60-kWh Model S and 70-kWh Model S are priced from only $2,00 and $500, respectively.