That's all well and fine, but it shouldn't be the PRIMARY price displayed. Display the normal price and then show the price after savings. Still sleazy IMO.
Tesla could be a 2nd car after an EV enthusiast started with a Volt or Leaf (or their first Model S RWD) two years or more ago. There will be no real gasoline savings for those types. Including in Europe where a Leaf owner buying a Model S won't save on gas (whooops, petrol).
If you continue to need to put lipstick on your pig, you might want to reconsider dating pigs
The price is high and Tesla simply needs to own it (stop with the lipstick).
With these sleazy games they are playing my biggest concern is what happens when these cars are out of warranty and they hold all the cards and you really have no choice but pay them whatever they ask to get your car fixed? I heard they had already charged someone $15,000 to replace a drive unit out of warranty. If we can't trust them to list the honest cost of the car I'd hate to think what they'd do for out of warranty work... I am a huge fan of Tesla but I hope being reasonable and not being sleazy is something they can be counted to do.
Would they be like, good news is we fixed the issue with the motor but we had to remove and clean all the power cables in the car because after all the electricity that has flown through the wires they had gotten clogged up pretty badly. The wire cleaning is an extra $1250.