Tesla has taken the axe to its local pricing structure with cuts of up to $85,500 to the brand’s P100D variants when state on-roads are calculated.
After recently announcing a seven per cent cut to its workforce, the end of the referral program, a price rise to use the Supercharger network, ending its retail sales business and discontinuing the entry-level versions of the Model S and Model X, there is now some good news for new buyers.
Three versions of the Model S are listed on Tesla’s local website, the Standard Range is priced from $115,600 (all prices exclude on-road costs), while the Long Range model jumps to $120,700.
The flagship Ludicrous Mode P110D variant is now listed for $136,900 which represents a $55,700 saving when compared to the old pricing.
Moving to the Model X SUV range see the Long Range priced from $127,200 while the Ludicrous Performance variant now starts at $142,000.
The range-topping Model X is now $61,600 cheaper, going a step further, the on-road cost of the Ludicrous model is now $85,500 lower than before.
There is still no official Australian pricing for the Model 3.
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