From Electrek: Tesla discontinues Titanium Silver Metallic and Solid White paint options...

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    Tesla updated its online design studio today to discontinue two color options, Titanium Metallic Silver and Solid White, for the Model S and X – bringing the number of color options down to only 7. more…

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    I kind of liked Titanium option..
     
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    Me too. I find it disheartening that Tesla removed the free solid white option as well. Their paint prices are outrageous in Canda. Multicoat white and red are $2000 options!
     
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    If paint prices for the 3 are in the same ballpark as for the S, then I'm going to consider getting the "free" black option & getting the car wrapped.
     
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    I sure hope Tesla is smart about this and prices Model 3 options commensurate with the cars' price range. They price Model S options very high in order to generate as much profit as possible.

    Makes no sense charging $3K for autopilot or $1200 for paint on a $35K car.
     
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