Tesla s dealership model relies heavily on a CarMax-style no-haggling policy: you pay list price, and in return you get 0-60 in two and a half seconds.
But according to some reports, Tesla is very quietly offering discounts to get older inventory out the door.
If you ve been waiting to pull the trigger on a Model S P90D, a $30,000 discount could be the difference maker.
Electrek reports that since Tesla unveiled the Model S P100D, taking the crown as the Quickest Production Car in the World in the process, there are some P90Ds left in inventory surplus to requirements.
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Discounts are not officially available, but Tesla is apparently trying to shift cars that are left in inventory, but have options that no longer fit with the Tesla lineup.