Tesla updated her online design studio Monday night with several changes in prices and options throughout her lineup.
Some things get cheaper, others get more expensive, and several variants go away.
Over the past year, Tesla has consistently adjusted its prices, especially in the US, as federal tax credits have been gradually reduced after beating 200,000 electric car deals in the United States.
The car manufacturer has also been frantic to add and remove various variants of model 3, model S and model X vehicles.
For example, Tesla dropped its recently introduced & # 39; Standard Range & # 39; Model S after only 3 weeks before re-introducing it again.
In a new update model today, Tesla killed the "Standard Range" versions of Model S and Model X again.
The California-based electric automaker now only offers Long Range & # 39; and & # 39; Performance & # 39; Model S and Model X versions:
It means Model S now starts at $ 80,000 and Model X at $ 85,000.
Furthermore, the Tesla does the "Ludicrous" package, which allows for the 2.4-second 0-60 mph acceleration on the Model S Performance, standard on all its appearance and Model S and Model X.
It was formerly a $ 20,000 option.
Also, Tesla changed its standard color quality from black to white, as announced by CEO Elon Musk last month.
Surprisingly, the car manufacturer made it not a standard white color and instead made Pearl White Multi Coat, formerly a $ 1
This also applies to model 3, which also sees some choices and price changes: 
The basic model 3 listed on the Tesla website is still the Standard Range Plus and is now $ 38,990 with Pearl White color instead of black.
It's technically a price reduction of $ 1000 before you count on the paint shift.
Tesla confirmed to Electrek that model 3 long-range rear-wheel drive, previously available as an "off-the-menu" item, has now expired.
The car manufacturer told us that the standard 3 series for model 3 is still available outside the menu in North America.
I think this is the third significant price and option change in 2019. Tesla is a chaotic pricing strategy that is a running joke at this time.
There is some good news and bad news in this update.
The good news is that the best value Model 3, Standard Range Plus, got a little cheaper, even if you need to get it in white.
As for bad news, model s and model x base prices are now way up.
The performance version is now a much better offer with Ludicrous mode included. Although Tesla already offers it free for owners to upgrade their cars.
There was never much to start with since Ludicrous has become a software upgrade since earlier this year when Tesla began streamlining the Model S and Model X production. I hope nobody bought that software upgrade for $ 20,000.
I bet this update is supposed to streamline it even more, and I wouldn't be surprised if there are no hardware differences now between the Long Range and Performance versions.  When it comes to pearl white, it is nice that we get a multicolor as standard, but I do not get it from Tesla's cost-saving perspective. It's definitely more expensive.
I wouldn't be surprised if this changed again soon.
In short, I think we can expect more changes on top of these, especially when it comes to model S and model X lineup.
For Model 3, Standard Range Plus is now a better deal, which may be a good demand driver. However, I would like Tesla to include a Long Range RWD version and also introduce a standard version of the AWD version.
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