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Tesla just gave the Model S a $7,500 price cut

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Tesla's pricing and product matrix can sometimes be challenging to keep track of. Not only does one have to take into account a $7,500 federal income tax credit, but many states offer additional incentives and tax rebates that vary considerably. Tesla buyers in Colorado, for example, can take advantage of a generous $5,000 rebate on top of the aforementioned federal income tax credit. Additionally, Tesla's own pricing scheme is constantly in-flux given that the company has an insatiable taste for tweaking the selection of features and performance capabilities across its Model S lineup.

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Yoni Heisler

April 17th

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Tesla is killing off its cheapest car

Tesla Model S 60

While Tesla's fans worldwide are waiting for the Tesla Model 3 to start rolling off the production line, Tesla is still busy churning out the same Model S and Model X versions that it's been making for years. But starting in April, buying a Model S will be a little more expensive.

Tesla is discontinuing the Model S 60 and 60D versions, which are the cheapest Teslas you can currently buy. Both cars actually have the same 75kWh battery pack that's found in the Model S 75, but are limited to 60kWh of capacity via software, in order to make the car cheaper.

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Chris Mills

March 23rd

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Tesla’s Model S P100 D set new quarter-mile record with a blazing-fast time of 10.63s

Tesla Model S P100 D

Since unveiling the Model S P100D last summer, Tesla owners have been obsessed with pushing Tesla's flagship vehicle to the limit. And with good reason, the Model S P100D is an absolute speed demon capable of going from 0-60 in 2.4 seconds flat. The Model S P100D's quarter-mile time, meanwhile, is equally impressive. When Tesla originally introduced the P100D, the company boasted that it was capable of completing a quarter-mile run in just 10.78 seconds.

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Yoni Heisler

March 20th

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Video of a Tesla Model S saving its occupants in horrific crash surfaces online

Tesla Model S Crash

This past May, Tesla posted a customer story on its website detailing a harrowing crash involving a Model S and a massive tractor-trailer carrying two jet engines. Posted by Michelle Scott, the story details how her husband Bill was driving his Model S before getting rear-ended, ultimately sending him flying into said tractor before spinning into an SUV that was travelling ahead of him.

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Yoni Heisler

February 23rd

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Watch a Tesla Model S P100D set a new world record for a quarter-mile run

Tesla Model S Speed

When Tesla unveiled the Model S P100D this past August, Elon Musk boasted that it was the fastest production car in the world. Deservedly so, Tesla's flagship Model S was capable of going from 0-60 MPH in just 2.5 seconds flat and completing a quarter mile at around 10.78 seconds.

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Yoni Heisler

January 31st

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Tesla quietly released the longest-range electric car in the world

Tesla Model S vs Model X

In the tech industry, it's common practice to send out an embargoed press release when releasing anything more exciting than a bug fix. But in Tesla's world, things work a little different.

Early Friday morning, Tesla updated its website to add the Model S 100D, the extended-range version of the new P100D and now the longest-range EV in the world. In typical secretive Tesla fashion, the news didn't get so much as one single Tweet.

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Chris Mills

January 20th

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Tesla Model S owner gets stranded in the desert for the craziest of reasons

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In a bizarre story that gently reminds us that too much technology can sometimes be a bad thing, a Tesla Model S owner named Ryan Negri recently found himself stranded in the Nevada desert after deciding to leave his key fob at home. In its place, Negri brought along his trusty iPhone which can just as easily start the car via Tesla's Keyless Driving feature.

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Yoni Heisler

January 17th

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The Tesla Model S P100D has smashed another record with a blistering 10.76 second quarter-mile

Model S P100D
When we talk about how fast Tesla's are, we tend to focus on how fast Tesla's vehicles can go from 0-60. The recently released Tesla Model S P100D, for example, is an absolute rocket and can go from 0-60 in 2.5 seconds flat. Understandably proud, Tesla CEO Elon Musk appropriately calls the Model S P100D the fastest production car in the world. But here's the thing: nobody in the real world really lives in a universe where 0-60 time even matters. And yet, we're still overly concerned with 0-60 times as if getting up to that speed in 2.5 seconds as opposed to 3 seconds is all that important or significant. Even the brilliant Vin Diesel eschews the 0-60 metric and instead chooses to live his life a quarter mile at a time. Sure, the quarter mile time is just as pointless as 0-60, but in the interest of spicing things up a bit, the enterprising folks over at DragTimes were up to their old tricks again this weekend when they took a Tesla Model S P100D on a record-setting quarter-mile run.

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Yoni Heisler

October 26th

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Tesla Model S sales are not nearly as impressive they seem, report claims

Tesla Model S Sales
One of the more commonly held assumptions about Tesla is that the Model S absolutely owns the U.S. market for large luxury sedans. As we highlighted just last week, recently tabulated data revealed that the Model S moved an estimated 9,156 units last quarter, easily trouncing the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and BMW's 7-Series which each moved 4,921 and 3,634 units, respectively.

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Yoni Heisler

October 24th

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Tesla’s Model S P100D is always insanely fast, even in the rain

Tesla Model S P100D
We've long known that Tesla knows how to manufacture incredibly fast cars with jaw-dropping acceleration, but the company really outdid itself when it introduced the P100D this past August. As if the Model S P90D weren't fast enough already, Tesla's new top of the line Model S can now blast from 0-60 MPH in just 2.5 seconds in Ludicrious Mode. What's more, the car can go from 0-100 in 6.5 seconds and can complete a quarter-mile in 10.7 seconds flat.

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Yoni Heisler

October 19th

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