In October 2013, Tesla unveiled the 2014 Model S 70D with a 105 kWh battery pack, which will enable the car to travel up to a maximum of 310 miles per charge according to Tesla’s estimate. The 70D starts at $95,000, with the 75 kWh model costing $80,000. The 72 kWh version starts at $65,000.
Tesla will offer a Model S 60 with a 65 kWh battery pack, starting at $62,500, and a Model S 60D with a 50 kWh battery pack, starting at $54,000.
Tesla Model S 60D specs:
Tesla Model S 75D specs:
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Tesla Model S with Supercharger Speed
Of course, the Supercharger network is also part of Tesla’s offering, with the fast-charging option providing battery capacity to 80 percent after a three-hour recharge time. This option starts at $3,800.
The free public charging stations were launched by Tesla last year, following the introduction of the Model S 50D.