Thanks to a $3,000 discount, the Long Range Plus now costs $71,990 (down from $74,990) and the Performance now costs $91,990 (down from $94,990). Tesla hasn’t offered the Model S at this low of a price since it sold the smaller battery pack model in 2019. Back then, the Model S started at just $71,250 but only came with a range of 285 miles.
The current Long Range Plus model can travel 402 miles on a charge and hit 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds. If you opt for the Model S Performance, you sacrifice a bit of range with 348 miles total, but the 0-60 mph time drops to 2.3 seconds.