Tesla Inc. is considering considering a more comprehensive upgrade of its older Model S and X (EVs) electric vehicles, whose sales have suffered significantly since the launch of the newer Model S 2017 luxury sedan.  The Model S, a fully electric five-door hatchback, was launched in 2012 while the Model X, a fully electric luxury crossover commercial vehicle, was launched in 2015. The model 3 dominated the sale of Tesla EV in the first quarter of this year with a turnover of 24,003 vehicles. In contrast, 3,200 Model S and 3,000 Model X were sold.
The three Tesla models accounted for 75 percent of the US EV market in the first quarter.
Tesla seems to have a complete powertrain update for the Model S and X along with an update of the interior design of both models. Tesla is now working to develop newer Model S and XE EVs with the same battery architecture based on the Model 3 21
Equipping the Model S and X with the 2170 battery architecture will allow these EVs to achieve the same maximum charging rate as the Model 3. When this is achieved, the S and X models can also use the new Supercharger V3 currently available exclusively for the model 3 is available.
Analysts have announced the launch of the Supercharger V3 The S and X models have been less appealing to shoppers who could not use this system.
They said that it was unclear what capacity of the battery packs would be able to equip the new S and X series models, but this is expected to be higher than the current peak power of 100 kWh. The model 3 has a peak charge rate of 250 kWh.
The new software includes a CCS (Combined Charging System) code for the S and X models. This model is available for models 3 sold in Europe.
This hardware may be released in June.