Additionally, the glass roof and automatic rear liftgate are standard equipment on the entry-level Model S. Gone, though, from the options sheet for the Model S 75 are the Smart Air Suspension and 72-amp onboard charger. You'll have to go upscale for those, with the suspension upgrade available starting in the Model S 90D, and the high-amp charger included in the 100D.
If you already own a 60- or 70-kWh version of the Model S, and want to upgrade to 75-kWh capacity via an over-the-air upgrade, that option is now less expensive, too. The range boost is $2,000 for the 60 (down from $9,000), and just $500 for the 70 (down from $3,500).
The Model S wasn't the only Tesla to get some Design Studio updates. The Model X now offers a new option of dark, 20-inch "Sonic Carbon" wheels, a $3,000 upgrade. Customers can also opt for a second-row center console in the six-seat configuration of the Model X, which adds two cupholders and a storage cubby under the armrest.
The range upgrade for 60-kWh Model X owners is also cheaper now. Unlocking the full 75 kWh of capacity costs $6,500 (down from $9,500).
Tesla will raise prices on its 100-kWh cars next week. Model S 100D will jump from $95,000 to $97,500, while the P100D will go from $134,500 to $140,000. For the Model X, the 100D changes from $98,500 to $99,500, while the P100D will rise from $135,500 to $145,000.