In an effort to boost sales prior to the Model 3 arriving on the market, Tesla Motors Inc. is bringing back the Model S 60 at a reduced starting price of $66,000 before incentives.
Equipped with a 60 kWh battery and capable of 0 to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds, the Model S 60 has a range of 208 miles between charges. An optional software upgrade is available to extend the charging capacity to 75 kWh.
The Model S 60 is now the least expensive Tesla offering, with the Model S 60D all-wheel drive version of the sedan available from $71,000. Both models come equipped with the company’s Autopilot hardware and include an updated front fascia.