EV maker Tesla has announced changes to its Australian model range that brings the Model S and Model X into line with the naming structure of the Model 3 and Model Y.
The Model S will now be available in three variants – Standard Range, Long Range and Performance.
Priced from $112,800 (all pricing before on-road costs) the Standard Range variant of the Model S offers an electric driving range of 490km.
The Long Range variant($128,200) bumps the driving range to 660km, whilst the Performance variant ($137,700) offers a 650km driving range and a 0 to 100km/h sprint time of 3.2 seconds.
The Model X continues the three-grade line-up with the entry Standard Range model priced from $119,600 with 425km of driving range.
The Long Range variant ($135,000) offers an EV range of 575km, while the flagship Performance model ($144,200) is capable of 550km of driving range.
The much-hyped Ludicrous mode is now an option on Performance models.
Along with the 2019 price reductions, the Model S and Model X line-ups also include Autopilot as standard.
Australian specifications and pricing for the Model 3 and Model Y are yet to be confirmed. Stay tuned.
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