I remember reading a few months ago that Tesla had designed an optioned-down Model S for some European country in order to allow buyers to qualify for EV incentives in that country. Wondering if anyone has heard/come across any plans for Tesla to do the same in Canada/Ontario? The new Ontario EV incentives are capped once the MSRP reaches 75k, and completely disappear once you hit 150k. Considering the cheapest new Model S you can buy is around 90k CAD at the moment, could/would Tesla offer an optioned down Model S60 that would have an MSRP of 70-75k, but be missing some currently standard features that you could upgrade to as options? The Ontario EV incentives are capped at 3k off if the MSRP is 75-150k, but that excludes taxes, options, and delivery. For anything under 75k, there is an incentive of 14k off (13k for the battery size, and 1k for the 5-seat capacity). If Tesla found a way to discount the car by 15k by making some standard features options, with the expectation that most people would add these options right back, they have little to lose, and it would make more people able to afford their currently available car. Considering all the effort they're putting into trying to convince Model 3 reservation holders to upgrade to an S60, this seems like a somewhat obvious decision, especially if they're already doing it in another country to get around their incentive caps.