Hadn't looked at pricing in a while. I got my P90D Insane at the end of last year for $120,000. Now, you can no longer get a 90 battery with the Performance Model and can no longer get a Performance Model without Ludicrous. I love my P90D with Insane mode. Far more acceleration than I need and still wows the hell out of anyone that rides in it. All of them say, it's the quickest car they've ever ridden in. Thus the Ludicrous option wouldn't have changed that. I don't race the car, it was just for fun and Insane mode more than satisfies. Apparently there were some other price increases along the way as well. Building a new P100D with the exact same options as my car now comes out to $146,000. $26,000 more to get a car that won't give me any more satisfaction than my current car already does. It was a big stretch for me to go to $120,000 on a car. Happy I did, but was pushing it. No way in heck I would have done it for $146,000. Heck, for another $9,000 I can get a Model 3. I think Tesla went overboard by removing the option to go with the lower battery pack size and Insane mode and likely priced a lot of people out of a Tesla. I wouldn't have bought just a 90D. The P85D/P90D Insane mode was what made the difference for me to upgrade. Had I waited a few months, they certainly would have lost a sale. Lease payment is over $500 more for the newly configured car as well. And again, there's nothing the new car has that would benefit me more than my existing car. With superchargers every 150 miles, the extra 30 miles in range is useless to me. Not like I'd be able to skip superchargers because of the 30 miles of extra range, so no benefit there. And my passengers would still say it's the fastest car they've ever been in. I know Tesla prices things simply because "they can", but I think this one goes over the top. I couldn't justify $10,000 for Ludicrous mode before. Now it's effectively $26,000 and you're forced to get it if you want the top of the line Model S offered. Bad move Tesla.