Tesla releases a new less expensive Model S 60 with 210 miles of range for $66,000

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    As we predicted this morning, Tesla released new options for the Model S today. The company updated its only design studio to include a new base Model S by bringing back the 60 kWh battery pack option, but in a 75 kWh battery pack software-limited to 60 kWh.

    The new battery option brings the Model S base price down to $66,000 from $70,000 in the US. The vehicle offers an estimated EPA-rated range of 210 miles on a single charge – up to 249 miles with the full 75 kWh capacity, which is available for $8,500 when configuring or $9,000 if updated after delivery. more…

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    Sometimes I wonder just how much profit Tesla is making on these batteries if they're software limiting them to 60kwh when in fact it's a 75 in there. Hmmmm....
     
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    Or look at it the other way, can you imagine how much margin they might make out of a 75 when the same hardware is available for 9k less. Either way, I think they are heading in the right direction to make their cars and technology available to a wider audience.
     

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