Tesla is replacing its lowest-priced Model S sedan with a new version, the 70D.
In a statement, the carmaker said the new car would start "at $67,500 after Federal Tax Credit, Model S 70D includes dual motor all-wheel drive technology, an EPA-rated 240 miles of range, and a 0-60 time just north of five seconds."
The 70D replaces the previous non-all-wheel-drive Model S, which delivered about 208 miles of range on a single charge.
Before tax credits, the Model S will cost $75,000.
The list of standard features is impressive:
- All-wheel drive Dual Motor
- 70 kWh battery with EPA-rated 240-mile range
- Acceleration of 0-60 mph in 5.2 seconds
- 140-mph top speed
- Autopilot Hardware
- Trip planner and range assurance
- Lane departure warning
- Parking sensors
- Automatic emergency braking
- Automatic Keyless Entry
- GPS enabled homelink
Plus, all Models S cars will now be available in three new colors: Ocean Blue, Obsidian Black, and Warm Silver.
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