By Evan Williams With the Model 3’s arrival for retail customers imminent, Tesla is dropping the cheapest version of the Model S.
That’s the rear-wheel drive Model S 75. At $69,500, it is currently the lowest-priced version of the four-door electric sedan. It is also the only rear-drive version of the Model S. The entry-level Model S is now the 75D, the dual motor all-wheel drive version that starts at $74,500.
The change increases the price gap between the S and the 3. The Model 3 starts from $35,000, but expected options like the dual motor system, larger batteries, and other possible upgrades like Enhanced
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