In addition to the low-end price decreases (at least 60D battery upgrade price) and feature changes (Helix wheels retired, new 20" wheel color, center console for 6-seater rear) today, according to Electrek Tesla will increase prices a week from today. Especially notable seems to be the $9,500 increase to P100D: Model S 100D: $95,000 to $97,500 Model S P100D: $134,500 to $140,000 Model X 100D: $98,500 to $99,500 Model X P100D: $135,500 to $145,000 Personally, having taken delivery of P100D in Q1, I already found the car very expensive compared to my expectations of what I was reserving back in 2014. This will take the top end further upwards, though at least the upgraded AC charger is included in the price. Clearly this is Tesla using their now infamous reverse discounting (pre-announced price increase) to keep demand going for Q2 deliveries. Cars ordered this week can still be delivered to many places within the quarter... Tesla confirms ‘slight price increases’ for 100D/P100D models next week after decreases for lower-end models today Tesla’s least expensive vehicle is now the Model S 75 at $69,500 after overnight price drop & newly included options [Updated] Any thoughts?