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Is there a historical pricing list anywhere?

Discussion in 'Model S' started by bcsteeve, Aug 17, 2017.

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  1. bcsteeve

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    I'm trying to figure out what the MSRP of a particular Model S would have been when it was originally sold. I've come up dry. Any way of doing that?
     
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    I am interested in this too.
     
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    Perhaps it would help to know the particulars? I can send pictures of 2014 S85 and 2017 S75D window stickers.
     
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    Instead of "particular", I should have said "any given". But yeah, of a database doesn't exist, we could create one with enough data.
     
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    Hi, @bcsteeve. There are some design studio screenshots here. For the Canada version, click on the links in column D. For the USA version, click on the links in columns L to O. You could also use the wayback machine (link). You might need to check teslamotors.com instead of tesla.com for older models.
     
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    Way back machine was first thing I did, but it fails at the configurator. Thx for links. Checking out now.
     
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    I'd be interested in what kinds of "inventory" or "showroom" discounts people have received.
     
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    I couldn't bring this up at all on my mobile so I waited till I got home (just now). It comes up on my PC, but as far as I can see there are no pricing details at all. Am I missing something?
     
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    #9 Troy, Aug 17, 2017
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    @bcsteeve. OK, here is another idea. Right click to design studio images and select "Search Google for image". Then in search results, click on "Visually similar images". I think this brings up more relevant search results than a regular image search.
     
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    Clever :) But... too many options/configurations/dates/countries to be able to know what any given image is really showing.

    I honestly didn't think this would be hard lol. I thought the wayback machine would work and I could simply look up any given time and BAM... full pricing for everything. Nope.
     
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    OK, I got this figured out, but it will take some work. Stay tuned.
     
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    Its going to be way more work than I thought to make it generalized - so I don't think I'll bother - but I do have a method that works. For example, I found that in Canada in June 2015 the Model S cost $87200 with a delivery price of $1120 and Inspection of $180 and the options were as follows:

    P85D: 34100 (I'm not sure if that includes the two below? I think so)
    Performance Package: 11000
    85 kWh Battery: 5900

    Metallic paint: 1150
    Multi-coat paint: 1700
    Paint Armor: 1000

    19" Aero wheels: 2800
    19" Cyclone: 2800
    19" Winter Tire Set: 2700
    21" Turbine: 5100
    21" Winter Tire Set: 5900

    Leather Seats: 2000
    Next Generation Seats: 2800
    Leather and Alcantara Seats: 2800
    Carbon Fiber: 1150
    Wood trim: 850

    Subzero Weather Package: 1150
    All Glass Panoramic Roof: 1700
    Carbon Fiber Spoiler: 1150
    Ultra High Fidelity Sound: 2800
    Autopilot Convenience Features: 2800
    Smart Air Suspension: 2800
    Premium Interior Lighting: 3400
    Executive Rear Seats: 3400
    Rear Facing Seats: 3400
    Wall Connector: 800


    Fairly comprehensive and I should be able to do it for any country, almost any month (any date that the Wayback Machine grabbed a page). But the above just took me half an hour and that's just for one! To do it generally, I'd have to code a parser to make it feasible. Since I have *my* answer (the above), I'm not overly inclined right now to take that project on. If someone else wants to... just a matter of grabbing the page source from the archive and parsing the pricing info that's in the code.
     
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    #13 bcsteeve, Aug 17, 2017
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    Hmm... I do appear to be missing the AWD for the 70 and non P85 in the above.

    OK, I realize now I may not have parsed the data entirely correctly. I'm not sure that $11,000 "performance" option was real at that time. It seems that may have been a hidden placeholder for Ludicrous. I'm also not clear on which batteries were actually available. If I'm reading it right, I think the 75D was base at that point? 85D was the listed $5900 upgrade and P85D was the performance version. According to wikipedia, however, RWD variants were available at that time, so I'm a little confused.
     
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