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Tesla Model S options history wiki

Discussion in 'Model S' started by ArtInCT, Feb 17, 2015.

  1. ArtInCT

    ArtInCT Always Learning

    Sep 2, 2014
    Southern Connecticut
    #1 ArtInCT, Feb 17, 2015
    Last edited: Feb 17, 2015
    I have just created a Model S Options History WIKI for your review.

    Much thanks to many of you who have created a fine historical perspective of the evolution of Model S over the years via your posts.

    Of key mention is the user AnOutsider who made wonderful screen grabs of the early Design Studio whenever anything was
    added, remove or changed.

    The WIKI is just a start.
    I am sure I have made some mistakes and omissions.
    I look forward to your help in keeping the WIKI alive.

    The WIKI does NOT duplicate the Firmware WIKI which is an invaluable resource to all.
    Instead it is very hardware oriented with a chronological organization by year.

    Within each year changes are organized into subsections such as INTERIOR, EXTERIOR and MODEL.

    I hope you all will enjoy it and contribute as your time and memory allow.

    I better duck now.....

    here is the link....Model s options by year - a running history - Tesla Motors Club - Enthusiasts & Owners Forum
  2. NOLA_Mike

    NOLA_Mike Active Member

    May 11, 2013
    Hammond, LA
    Thanks Art!

    Another thing (minor) that pops to my mind, my June 2013 build P85+ had chrome inserts near the frunk latch and near the base of the hatchback latch. My new P85D does not have these chrome parts (but black plastic instead). Anybody know when that changed?

  3. richrootes

    richrootes Member

    Aug 31, 2014
    North Vancouver
    "The P85D was the first Model S that had new metal doorsill plate inserts in the interior doorsill area (not sure if the S60, S85 or S85D will have these metal plates, time will tell, the sill plates have never been mentioned or shown in the Design Studio)" S60 was delivered December 12, and has the metal doorsill plates
  4. Dart

    Dart Member

    Sep 7, 2013
    I have nothing to add but thanks for creating this historical resource ArtInCT!
  5. brucet999

    brucet999 Active Member

    Mar 12, 2015
    Huntington Beach, CA
    Thank you for this options history.

    Does anyone know of a source for historical pricing? Now that there are CPO cars available, it would be interesting to compare their prices with the prices for the cars when new. That would provide a depreciation benchmark for TCO calculations.

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