If you can read HTML, tesla put the discount on the web page of every new inventory car. That's how the cpo sites get the details. Nothing magical about crawling a web page and putting the contents on your own website. I know I have a uk specific one with twice as many cars as the others as tesla don't list all their cars now and the skill is finding the hidden cars tesla don't list. Where these things go wrong and where Tesla could be upset is that the discount is with respect to the price when the car was built, NOT the current retail price. This car: Model S P100D 5YJSB7E41HF192985 | Tesla UK Is listed as £127,647 after a £26,183 discount. A custom order today would be £133,950. The real discount is only about £6k So promoting big discounts is actually ms-selling, and that is a reason to be fired. Whether that was the cause here or not is a different matter.