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Discussion in 'Model X' started by wang5150, Jul 12, 2016.
Starts at $74k...
Any indication if this can be upgraded later and at what price? Thinking of downgrading my 75D order to a 60!
wow... feel like they are really hurting for orders...
Why? Orders dont need to hurt for a company to want to increase sales.
Awesome news. I'll seriously consider it now.
Screen shot of DC
Wow that's huge.
ifthey had a ton of orders , 75 and 90, then no need to add the 60. Adding the 60 just means that they need to get more orders.
its great that there are more options, but stock wise, TSLA, i do get worried...
I am curious to know as well. I wonder if the 60D is just the 75D battery limited. Hopefully you can upgrade later if so I am all in on the 60D for sure.
I just ordered the 75d version last 2 weeks.Kind of unfair.LOL
There are also a lot of currency fluctuations... so this keeps the price down in, say, UK.
No, they just want to release pressure on Model 3 reservations and lock people in.
Now I just hope the 90D is actually 100D
Is it too late to limit my software if my 75D delivery is next week?
So. What about confirmed orders? My father just had his 75D confirmed for production (European so it will take a few months for delivery), will those be changed for 60D models?
It's a 75KWh battery software-limited so my guess is you can upgrade later.
Tesla launches a 60 kWh – $74,000 version of the Model X with software-limited battery
In Canada difference between a S60D and a X60D is 700 CAD$, impressive !
If you are the worrying type, you should have been worried long before this with TSLA.
Below the 1% crowd, there is price sensitivity with respect to a car purchase. There are only so many 6 figure $ purchasers. Why not open the market? The MS 60 was a good trial balloon. A $75K premium SUV is a great move, as it starts to look more and more reasonable to the next segment of purchasers. Those who would buy a Q7, Cayenne, GL, QX, or X at a very similar price point. To not explore the bottom end would be foolish on Tesla's part.
You should be more worried about bored, fickle, $1K Model 3 reservation holders bailing out as the inevetible delays in production, and a huge backlog discourage the wait. It will be interesting to see the reported numbers for this past quarter for cancellations. Why not capture the "upper" portion of this crowd, who are not holding out for a $35K car?
My 90D X is giving about only 80% of Rated Mileage (I do have 22" wheels") and I cannot see how a 200 RM 60D to be practical. A 180 mile real world driving range will make me very nervous to take it on a SF to LA trip even though we have an extra SC at Buttonwillow now.