Tesla will discontinue least expensive Model S

CNBC | on Fri, Mar 17, 5:27 PM

Tesla will discontinue its least expensive version of the Model S sedan. After April 16, the company will no longer sell the car, which had a 75 kWh battery pack that was locked by software to give only 60 kWh of battery life. Customers have been able to unlock the full 75 kWh capacity by paying for a software upgrade. Tesla will stop selling the model "because most customers ultimately end up upgrading to 75 kWh and they want to streamline the ordering process," according to Electrek[1]. The...

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