Did you bother waiting too long to buy a Tesla and? According to a report by Electrek on Tuesday, you have another chance.
What's the catch? Well, Tesla is returning its free, unlimited Supercharging promotion, but only for models S models andin inventory, available before the hardware update. What does that mean? Usually this means there is no or Model X 325 Mileage Range. It also means you miss out on other minor hardware changes, such as the 200kW charge and the new adaptive suspension ̵
Also unlike other incarnations of action The version of Free Unlimited Supercharging is not transferable. This means that you can not use it as a sales function when you launch your S or X model.
Tesla has also set the prices for these new models with older specifications. A fair bit less than the updated models, with a model S 100D ahead of the 2019 update for $ 77,900 before incentives and a model after the update in the same size from $ 85,000. Also does not contain the company's so-calledhardware.
Is it worth it to buy the older model for free charging?
Well, it all depends on how you use your hardware car. If you – like most people – charge your car overnight with a Level 2 system at home, this is not the case. If you use Supercharger Stations on a regular basis to replenish your balance because you do not have reliable access to Level 2 overnight charging, this may be the case.
Tesla did not immediately respond to the request from Roadshow for a comment.