Buyers looking for a base Model S or X 75D will have to pay a thousand dollars more than before, with the S starting at $78,000 and the X at $84,000. On the flip side, the range-topping 100D models each drop by $500, the S falling to $96,000 and the X to $99,000. The Premium all-black interior now comes standard on all Model S and X vehicles, which we imagine is at least partly responsible for the base price increase, and the Cream and Black and White interior options drop from $3,300 to $1,500.
With this latest update, Tesla also removes its rear-facing jump seats from the Model S options menu. If you want to put more than five passengers in a Tesla, you’ll need to step up to the Model X. The Model S also loses its panoramic sunroof option, though the all-glass roof is still available. According to Elektrek, the deletion of the sunroof means it’s no longer possible to put a roof rack on the Tesla Model S.
As for the Model X, buyers no longer have the option of optioning the six-passenger version with a center console, though the standard six- and seven- passenger configurations remain. And finally, Tesla will only offer its 72-amp on-board charger in single phase markets, though that doesn’t seem to affect buyers in the United States.