I would guess it would cost $6000 more than the 90. It will be nice when the gigafactory is online and the cost of batteries (and battery upgrades) decreases.Man if the 100D is an option, I might be tempted to pay the 500 dollars extra to change from 60D to 100D which would be legit improvement. Wonder what costs would be.
The extra 10kWh really doesn't sound much for a daily driver and I don't think I would ever pay that extra cost to have the upgrade but the abilities to supercharge faster (same experience on a 60D with 75kWh) and be able to charge to 100% (10% reservation for battery protection) are worth noting.
In my opinion, the cost to upgrade from 90D to 100D should be around $10000 to 12000. It depend, if Tesla decide to unlock an additional ~50 HP also, then you may looking for 12K to 15K... Per Tesla "Battery limited maximum motor shaft power"I would guess it would cost $6000 more than the 90. It will be nice when the gigafactory is online and the cost of batteries (and battery upgrades) decreases.
$6000 also happens to be the amount of the Colorado tax credit so I would be tempted to upgrade my 90D order.
Could be 60, 75, 90, 100 where 60/75 having same performance and 90/100 having same performance, with the lower being able to software-upgrade to the higher option like 60->75 is now.So, will there be 4 levels to choose (60, 75, 90, 100)? Or will 75 become the new base model (75, 90, 100)? What would then become the new base price? Would there be 2 performance models (90 and 100) or just one? Makes you wonder.....
I agree. As they improve chemistry, they have the ability to shave some weight or add additional capacity (or a combination of both). However, using 90 out of 100 (or 60 out of 75) is an acceptable amount of dead weight to carry around. Using 60 out of 100 is a significant amount of dead weight that would be better eliminated to improve range.90 to 100 battery should hopefully be same size just more efficient cells, I would think.