Tesla has lowed the price of both of its Model S trims, making them slightly more affordable.
In Canada, the Long Range Plus version now costs $101,990 CAD, a $4,000 drop from its previous price of $105,990 based on our previous reporting.
The more powerful Performance model now rings in at $124,990, a $6,000 drop over the older $130,990 price tag.
I’m not sure what the Plaid model costs, but if you’re spending $189,990 on a car, I don’t think a $4,000 to $6,000 price difference will make a difference.
You can check out the car on Tesla’s website.
Update 15/10/2020: Tesla has reverted its price drop in the U.S. so it could sell the Model S for $69,420 USD. So far, the Canadian price hasn’t changed, but hopefully, most people’s perception of Elon Musk has after this terrible joke that’s gone too far.
The gauntlet has been thrown down!
The prophecy will be fulfilled.
Model S price changes to $69,420 tonight!
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 14, 2020
Via: Tesla North