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Tesla this week removed from its offerings the entry-level Standard Range versions of the Model S and Model X.
While it now costs more to bring home one of Tesla’s flagship vehicles, the automaker did lower the price of the Long Range versions of the vehicles. The Model S now starts at $80,000 and the Model X at $85,000.
Additionally, Tesla dropped the starting price of the Model 3 to $38,990.
Tesla is also making the $20,000 Ludicrous package, which improves the 0-60 mph acceleration time to 2.4-seconds, standard on all the performance variants of Model S and Model X.
“To make purchasing our vehicles even simpler, we are standardizing our global vehicle lineup and streamlining the number of trim packages offered for Model S, Model X and Model 3,” Tesla said in a statement to Reuters. “We are also adjusting our pricing in order to continue to improve affordability for customers.”