Tesla (TSLA) Adds 100-kWh Battery Option Pack to Model S and Model X
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(Updated - August 23, 2016 3:39 PM EDT)
Tesla (Nasdaq: TSLA) adds 100-kWh battery pack to Model S and Model X.
The Model S P100D Ludicrous 0 - 60MPH time is 2.5 seconds, down from 2.8 seconds. The range on the vehicle is extended to 315 miles. The new range is up from 294 miles with the 90-kWh batter.
The Model X 100-kWh option has a range of 289 miles, versus 250 miles with the 90-kWh battery.
Other upgrades were made to the wiring harness and other areas.
Highway passing speeds will see a notable improvement, as it has been one of the lacking performance areas for the Model S and Model X.
The Model S P100D will start at $134,500, which is an increase of $9,500 from the P90D. The Model X with the 100-kWh battery will start at $135,500.
Initial production will be limited to 200 packs per week.
UPDATE - The following was posted to Tesla's blog on Tuesday:
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