For users of electric vehicles, longer ranges reduce the frequency of charging, and longer distances after a full charge, which is also an important consideration for consumers to choose an electric vehicle. Tesla, which has made significant achievements in electric vehicles, knows this well, and they’re trying to improve the range of electric vehicles, and in recent days they’ve increased the range and renamed the long-range Model S and Model X.
Prior to the adjustment, the Model S long-range range was 373 miles (about 600 kilometers), while the current Tesla U.S. website has no long-range model S, replaced by a longer-range version of 390 miles (about 628 kilometers), an increase of 17 miles from the previous. That is, the range increased by 4.6%.
The Model X long-range range is 328 miles (528 kilometers), and after changing to extended, the range is 351 miles (565 kilometers), an increase of 23 miles and a 7 percent increase.
After the adjustment, Tesla’s U.S. model S and Model X are available in two versions, the Extended Range and performance high-performance versions, and the Performance High Performance, with no adjustments.
According to News posted on social media by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, the model S and Model X versions have increased their range, thanks largely to hardware updates.
In terms of sale price, Tesla’s U.S. website shows the extended version of the Model S starts at $799,900, while the Performance high-performance version is $99.9 9 million; The X starts at $849.9 million and the Performance high-performance version is $104.99 million.
It is worth noting that Tesla is currently only adding the model S and Model X versions sold in the U.S. market, the domestic market has not yet been adjusted, and if there are adjustments, will be updated in a timely manner, we will wait and see.