The Tesla Model S P90D is no more, with buyers now getting as a new option the possibility to add a glass roof.
The company is apparently aiming to streamline its family of models and versions, so the Model S P90D trim option has been recalled from the company website. It appears the place will be taken by a new 100D version, in a bid to close the almost $45,000 price gap that evolves now between the 90D and P100D. The 90D, with a final retail price of $92,000, comes with 294 miles (473 km) of range – and is way less costlier than a $134,500 Model S P100D. The latter does come with a range of 315 miles (506 km) and a 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) time of just 2.5 seconds. By the way, according to rumors, there’s also a price increase of $2,000 to be expected on the entry-level Model S 60.
Tesla has also updated the features list on the website when accessing the online configurator. “Ludicrous” mode is now a standard perk on all “P” performance models, which is solely represented by the P100D for now. There’s also a new $1,500 glass roof – and we can assume it has been sourced directly from the Model X, where its UV technology protects the occupants from 98 percent of UV rays and 81 percent of heat.