Tesla has recently announced its plans to introduce the Model S Performance Plus version, which is adding some interesting things onto the popular “green” vehicle.
After it was officially launched on the North American automotive market back in 2012, the new Tesla Model S is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the carmaker announcing its plans to introduce an upgraded version. The new variant will be named the Tesla Model S Performance Plus, and it will add some interesting things onto the popular vehicle, which should make it even more appealing to its future customers.
According to the car manufacturer, the new Tesla Model S Performance Plus has 20 mm wider rear tires, updated dampers, stabilizer bars and bushings, new Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 staggered tires, which are offering it a faster acceleration, and some other tweaks. The upgrade package is only available for the 85 kWh Performance model, and it will set you back for approximately 13,000 USD to add it to your regular Tesla Model S, but it doesn’t include the upgrades to the dampers and stabilizer bars. Additional details on the Tesla Model S Performance Plus are limited for the moment and will be announced close to its launch.