Tesla has opened up sales of the Model S and Model X to customers in Spain. Customers can order from Tesla's online Design Studio, and deliveries will begin around the end of the first quarter of 2017, according to the automaker. Tesla will open its first stores and service centers in Madrid and Barcelona in the second half of 2017. Tesla will also introduce its energy products to the Spanish market, and is partnering with Bornay to distribute and install its Powerwall. Read more at Electrek.
Tesla has removed gray seats as an option in the Model S and Model X. For the Model S, this leaves the various black options, tan, and in the case of the 90D and P100D, Ultra White as the remaining seating choices. The Model X bundles include white, black, or tan seats. Tesla recently bundled interior color options for the Model X to streamline production, and the removal of gray seats might be part of the same process. Interestingly, a Reddit user called ElonsVelvetJacket posted "Bye bye grey seats" the night before their discontinuation. This Redditor has a history of giving clues to changes at Tesla before they happen. Read more at Inside EVs.