The Tesla Model S has been in the market for as long as four years now which means that it was up for a bit of updating. Aside from over the air software updates, the Model S is due for some interior and exterior polishing.
The interiors have also been upgraded to make the car look more upscale; thus making the Model S a worthy competitor to German luxury cars. The Model S seats have received quite a lot of criticism in the past for its lack of quality, so now Tesla is bringing in the seats from the Model X.
Model S will now have new heated and ventilated front seats with a medical-grade HEPA air filter. These will come as a Model S option. Other than that, a choice of Dark Ash and Figured Ash wood trim will now come with the Model S - a feature that will raise its luxury factor by a lot.
Tesla Model S is known to be a storage-friendly vehicle with its trunk and “frunk” and now with an additional door pocket interior storage compartment for more storage space. The new Premium upgrade package will include Nappa leather upholstery, Alcantara headliner, and LED ambient lighting.
On the other hand, the Subzero Weather Package will come with heated rear seats and steering wheel for those cold winter nights (and days), as well as heated washer nozzles. There will be four powertrain options available that will cater to every EV enthusiast, ranging from the most conservative to the adrenaline junkie.
Sales for the refreshed and improved version of the Model S will begin soon. It is expected to come at a base price of $71,500. Bet Tesla fans are now going gaga over the new Model S.