Tesla Model S (Pricing/Options)

DfgDfg Admin
edited February 2012 in Man Cave
I am sure you're tempted to buy it, and it's cheap as well.

[h=1]bg_hdr_model-s-options-pricing_h27.png Model S Pricing and Options[/h]


[TH="class: first-bg-img-full"] [h=2]STARTING
PRICE[/h]
After $7,500 Federal
Tax Credit [/TH]












$49,900
$59,900
$69,900















$84,900


Includes upgraded interior, suspension, and wheels















$87,900















$97,900









[TH="class: first-bg-img-full"] [h=2]HIGHLIGHTS[/h] [/TH]
  • 40, 60, and 85 kWh battery options
  • Premium electric sedan with seating for up to seven
  • 17" touchscreen
  • 19" wheels

  • 85 kWh battery
  • 0 to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds
  • High performance drive inverter
  • Exterior carbon fiber accents
Included Upgrades
  • Nappa leather interior with Alcantara accents and carbon fiber décor
  • Active Air Suspension and Sport-Tuned Traction Control
  • Performance wheels and tires

  • 85 kWh battery
  • 0 to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds
  • Optional Signature Red paint
  • Optional Signature White leather
  • Nappa perforated leather interior
  • Active Air Suspension

  • 85 kWh battery
  • 0 to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds
  • High performance drive inverter
  • Optional Signature Red paint
  • Optional Signature White leather
  • Nappa leather interior with Alcantara accents and carbon fiber décor
  • Active Air Suspension and Sport-Tuned Traction Control
  • Exterior carbon fiber accents
  • Performance wheels and tires



[TH="class: first-bg-img-full"] [h=2]BATTERY &
PERFORMANCE[/h] [/TH]
Battery Specs Model S is offered with three battery options, each delivering unprecedented range. All three batteries are contained within the same enclosure, integrating with the vehicle in the same way, providing structural, aerodynamic, and handling advantages. All three batteries use automotive grade lithium-ion cells arranged for optimum energy density, thermal management, and safety.



Estimated Range
at 55 mph
160 miles
230 miles
300 miles
300 miles



0 to 60 mph
6.5 seconds
5.9 seconds
5.6 seconds
4.4 seconds



Top Speed
110 mph
120 mph
125 mph
130 mph



Energy Storage
40 kWh
60 kWh
85 kWh
85 kWh



Battery Warranty
8 years, 100,000 miles
8 years, 125,000 miles
8 years, unlimited miles
8 years, unlimited miles



Supercharging
Not Available
Optional
Included
Included



Enters Production
Winter 2012
Fall 2012
Summer 2012
Summer 2012



















[TH="class: first-bg-img-full"] [h=2]PAINTS[/h] [/TH]
  • Solid STANDARD
  • Black
  • White
  • Metallic $750
  • Silver
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Grey
  • Brown
  • RedAvailable in 2013
  • Tesla Multi-coat $1,500
  • Pearl White

  • Solid STANDARD
  • Black
  • White
  • Metallic $750
  • Silver
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Grey
  • Brown
  • RedAvailable in 2013
  • Tesla Multi-coat $1,500
  • Pearl White

  • Solid
  • Black
  • Metallic
  • Silver
  • Tesla Multi-coat
  • Signature Red
  • Pearl White

  • Solid
  • Black
  • Metallic
  • Silver
  • Tesla Multi-coat
  • Signature Red
  • Pearl White



[TH="class: first-bg-img-full"] [h=2]ROOF[/h] [/TH]





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All Glass Panoramic Roof With the All Glass Panoramic Roof, Model S is the only sedan capable of delivering a convertible-like drive experience every day. It's more than a sunroof: the entire roof is constructed from lightweight safety glass. With a simple swipe of the Touchscreen, it opens wider than any other panoramic roof on the market. Manual sunshades and wind buffet arm are included. On even the hottest days, the innovative glass blocks 93% of visible light and 79% of heat to keep the cabin comfortable.




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All Glass Panoramic Roof $1,500 Black Roof NO COST OPTION Body Colored Roof NO COST OPTION

All Glass Panoramic Roof $1,500 Black Roof NO COST OPTION Body Colored Roof NO COST OPTION

All Glass Panoramic Roof $1,500 Black Roof NO COST OPTION Body Colored Roof NO COST OPTION

All Glass Panoramic Roof $1,500 Black Roof NO COST OPTION Body Colored Roof NO COST OPTION



[TH="class: first-bg-img-full"] [h=2]WHEELS[/h] [/TH]





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  • 19"
    All season tires
    STANDARD
  • 19" Aerodynamic
    All season tires
    $1,500
  • 21"
    High performance tires
    $3,500

  • 19"
    All season tires
    NO COST OPTION
  • 19" Aerodynamic
    All season tires
    NO COST OPTION
  • 21"
    High performance tires
    NO COST OPTION
  • 21" Performance
    High performance tires
    STANDARD

  • 19"
    All season tires
    NO COST OPTION
  • 19" Aerodynamic
    All season tires
    NO COST OPTION
  • 21"
    High performance tires
    STANDARD

  • 19"
    All season tires
    NO COST OPTION
  • 19" Aerodynamic
    All season tires
    NO COST OPTION
  • 21"
    High performance tires
    NO COST OPTION
  • 21" Performance
    High performance tires
    STANDARD



[TH="class: first-bg-img-full"] [h=2]INTERIORS[/h] [/TH]
  • Microfiber STANDARD
  • Finely appointed interior features hand wrapped surfaces of cloth and synthetic leather materials. 8-way power adjustable seats.
  • Microfiber
  • Black
  • Décor Accents
  • Piano Black









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  • Nappa Leather $1,500
  • Hand-wrapped surfaces of soft supple Nappa leather. 12-way, power adjustable, heated seats.

  • Nappa Leather STANDARD
  • Nappa leather seats with contrast piping and Alcantara bolsters. Extensive leather throughout. 12-way power adjustable, heated seats.

  • Nappa Leather STANDARD
  • Perforated Nappa leather seats. Extensive leather throughout. 12-way power adjustable, heated seats.

  • Nappa Leather STANDARD
  • Nappa leather seats with contrast piping and Alcantara bolsters. Extensive leather throughout. 12-way power adjustable, heated seats.



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  • Nappa Leather
  • Black
  • Tan
  • Grey
  • Décor Accents
  • Piano Black
  • Banana Leaf
  • Lacewood

  • Nappa Leather with Alcantara Accents
  • Black
  • Tan
  • Grey
  • Décor Accents
  • Carbon Fiber

  • Nappa Leather with Perforated Seating
  • Black
  • White
  • Tan
  • Décor Accents
  • Piano Black
  • Banana Leaf
  • Lacewood

  • Nappa Leather with Alcantara Accents
  • Black
  • White
  • Tan
  • Décor Accents
  • Carbon Fiber



[TH="class: first-bg-img-full"] [h=2]TOUCHSCREEN[/h] [/TH]
17" Touchscreen STANDARD 17-inch, capacitive touchscreen is the focal point of Model S infotainment and control. All media, communication, cabin and vehicle controls are brought to life through this high resolution input screen. Wi-Fi enabled. Mobile Connectivity available.
Sound System STANDARD 200 watt, 7 speaker stereo system includes AM/FM/HD Radio, dual USB ports, and storage for up to 500 songs.





[TH="class: first-bg-img-full"] [h=2]OPTIONS[/h] [/TH]


Tech Package Takes the most technologically advanced vehicle ever produced to the next level. Use of innovative lighting increases efficiency. The Touchscreen becomes more informative with turn-by-turn navigation and unprecedented rear cargo space opens with the touch of a button. Delight in the following features:

  • Turn-by-turn navigation
  • High definition back-up camera
  • Automatic keyless entry

  • Xenon headlamps
  • LED foglights
  • Electrochromatic side mirrors

  • Power rear liftgate
  • Two rear USB ports
  • Homelink














$3,750
$3,750
STANDARD
STANDARD





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Sound Studio Package Perfect for the music lover. Gives you the exhilaration of a front row concert seat with a 580 watt, 12 speaker Dolby ProLogic 7.1 system, and storage space for over 3,000 songs. Satellite Radio equipped when outfitted with All Glass Panoramic Roof.









$950
$950
STANDARD
STANDARD





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Active Air Suspension Everyday advantages combine with on-demand features. Active Air Suspension automatically and continuously responds to speed and road conditions. As Model S accelerates, it lowers the vehicle for optimized aerodynamics and increased range. Raise and lower Model S using the touchscreen to traverse thick snow and enter extremely steep driveways. Much more than just a great ride and handling package.









$1,500
STANDARD
STANDARD
STANDARD





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Rear Facing Seats Do something special for the kids in your life by outfitting Model S with rear facing jump seats. These seats are equipped with five-point harness seat belts for young children up to 5-feet tall and designed to fold completely flat when not in use. With instant seating for seven, Model S quickly becomes the sportiest carpool-ready sedan ever produced.









$1,500
$1,500
$1,500
$1,500





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Parcel Shelf Removable parcel shelf provides extra privacy to rear cargo area when needed.









$250
$250
STANDARD
STANDARD





[TH="class: first-bg-img-full"] [h=2]CHARGING[/h] [/TH]
Charging Model S can charge from almost any outlet, anywhere. All Model S cars plug directly into 110 and 240 volt outlets as well as public charging stations using the included Universal Mobile Connector and adapters. The High Power Wall Connector, which installs in your garage, enables cars equipped with Twin Chargers to charge twice as fast as cars equipped with a Single Charger.
Cars equipped with a 60 or 85 kWh battery can take advantage of Tesla's growing network of Supercharger stations.






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Universal Mobile Connector Comes with 110 volt standard household outlet adapter, 240 volt dryer outlet adapter, and J1772 public charging station adapter. Other outlet adapters available for purchase.









STANDARD
STANDARD
STANDARD
STANDARD





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Single Charger 10 kW on-board charger. Up to 31 miles of range per hour of charge.









STANDARD
STANDARD









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Twin Chargers 20 kW on-board chargers. Ideal for pairing with High Power Wall Connector. Up to 62 miles of range per hour of charge.









$1,500
$1,500
STANDARD
STANDARD





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High Power Wall Connector The High Power Wall Connector is designed to complement the fluid, futuristic design aesthetic of the car it plugs into. Install this work of art in your garage or parking area with a power supply of up to 20 kW. With 20 kW of power, a Model S equipped with Twin Chargers can recover 62 miles of range per hour of charging.










$1,200
$1,200
$1,200
$1,200





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Supercharger Access Tesla is building a network of Superchargers throughout North America. The Supercharger is an industrial grade, high speed charger designed to replenish 160 miles of travel in about 30 minutes when applied to the 85 kWh vehicle. This is roughly the amount of time it takes to have lunch or dinner at a highway rest stop after a three hour drive, making cross country travel an easy proposition. Includes all software and on-board hardware.





















NOT AVAILABLE

TBD
STANDARD















STANDARD















STANDARD

























Linky: http://www.teslamotors.com/models/options

It's honestly a beauty.

Comments

  • Darth BeaverDarth Beaver Meine Ehre heißt Treue
    edited January 2012
    This is the problem with alternative fuel vehicles, they are priced so high that the people who can afford to but them don't give a rats ass about fuel prices.
  • GoingNowhereGoingNowhere Global Moderator
    edited January 2012
    And the battery is only 8 years.... I mean sure you might want a new car by then but you couldnt really sell it anyway because it would have come to the end of its battery life. And I dont even want to know how much a new battery would be! Plus charging takes ages for relatively few miles.

    Speaking of which my Laptop battery is dying :(


    Edit: A replacement battery is either $36,000, or if your pre-order it its $12,000 for the Tesler Roadster. 120 MPG
  • fagfag Regular
    edited February 2012
  • GoingNowhereGoingNowhere Global Moderator
    edited February 2012
    It does look awesome, but then it would as its based on the Lotus Elise :) When I first looked at this thread I thought it DFG meant a Tesla coil lol
  • easy-eeasy-e Acolyte
    edited February 2012
    One of my friends has one of the first version. In person it was so much smaller than I expected. From what I've heard range depends greatly on driving style.
  • DfgDfg Admin
    edited February 2012
    easy-e wrote: »
    One of my friends has one of the first version. In person it was so much smaller than I expected. From what I've heard range depends greatly on driving style.

    Yeah, it's not a good idea to floor a car when it's Electric.
  • easy-eeasy-e Acolyte
    edited February 2012
    Dfg wrote: »
    Yeah, it's not a good idea to floor a car when it's Electric.
    Yeah. That thing will smoke most gas cars on the drag strip but will only make it 1/2 way home...the nice things about electric motors is that for the most part they can be controlled so you get constant torque over a large array of RPMs. I'm excited to see what new battery technologies come out of this and if the prices actually go down.
  • Darth BeaverDarth Beaver Meine Ehre heißt Treue
    edited February 2012
    They had power cell technology way above this in 2004 at N.A.S.A. Glenn Research Center. That is N.A.S.A.'s R center for engine and power research. Hell I was i oe eggheads office working on his computer ad saw blueprints for a ion propulsion engine. Put two of those on a spaceship ad you have a TIE (Twin Ion Engine) Fighter. My point is that they could end the worlds dependance on fossil fuel if they chose to. The problem is that those who fund the government are making far to much profit to ever let that happen.
  • easy-eeasy-e Acolyte
    edited February 2012
    Exactly. Most of the people who have tried to push alternative energy with amazing solutions have disappeared or died in "accidents"
  • Darth BeaverDarth Beaver Meine Ehre heißt Treue
    edited February 2012
    That, or if they are lucky their patent was bought and locked in a vault to rot. Look at Preston Thomas Tucker with his automobile. The big 3 had not introduced a new model since 1941 due to the war. As they were still gearing down from wartime production they were in no hurry to do so. This provided great opportunities for new, small independent automakers who could develop new cars more rapidly than the huge legacy automakers. In fact many of Tucker's innovation are still in use today such as automotive safety glass. But the big 3 had Wall St. and congress in their back pocket ad trumped up stock fraud charges that while never proven halted the production of the '48 tucker long enough to prevent Tucker from selling cars soon enough to meet the obligations to his creditors. He went bust and the big 3 picked through the bones ad stole all of his ideas.
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