NEW TESLA PRICING OPTIONS INCLUDE THE RETURN OF SOFTWARE-LIMITED BATTERY PACKS
From time to time, Tesla adjusts its lineup of available model variants in order to optimize its manufacturing process and respond to consumer preferences. The company recently discontinued the 75 kWh versions of Models S and Model X, and some speculated that this was a precursor to replacing the battery pack used in those models with a redesigned pack based on the newer 2170 cells used in Model 3.
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