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Tesla Starts Selling the Updated Model S, with New Interesting Additions

Tesla Starts Selling the Updated Model S, with New Interesting Additions

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Tesla has started selling the updated Model S. Aside from the new color, the company is touting more features for less money, which includes High-Visibility Glass Roof, High-Performance Brakes, and a Round Steering Wheel, but there is likely more yet.

On Thursday, Tesla launched a new color for Model S and Model X. However, along with the exclusive Ultra Red color, Model S also received some amazing updates, according to an email with information sent to customers of the company. Tesla is offering more for less, with Model S now starting at $89,900. Tesla promises that the new Model S will have more performance, versatility, and style. Plus, it includes exclusive features that will take the driving experience to the next level. Tesla wrote:

Ultra Red Paint
Our newest paint offering features a high-chroma color and multi-layered paint process that delivers an exceptionally vibrant finish—exclusive to new Model S and Model X vehicles

High-Visibility Glass Roof
Our new Model S roof glass lets in more light, allowing a clearer view of the sky, day or night, while maintaining the same level of heat and UV protection

High-Performance Brakes
Plaid brakes now feature new pads with higher thermal capability—plus red calipers for a sharper aesthetic

Round Steering Wheel
Both yoke and round wheel deliver the same stalkless driving experience—it’s up to you

In addition, it is expected that the new Model S and Model X will be equipped with new hardware for Autopilot. Previously, Tesla planned to begin a smooth rollout of vehicles with the new hardware but did not provide a timeline.

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Eva Fox

Eva Fox

Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.

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