Tesla owners and customers hoping for an updated Model S or Model X will wait indefinitely. Tesla's CEO Elon Musk tweeted Monday night that there will be no "renewed" model X or model S coming.
In automotive language, updated typically means small revisions to a vehicle model that extends beyond the typical annual updates the manufacturers have made. An update is not a major redesign, although there is often a noticeable change in the vehicle model.
The company will make minor changes to the electric electric sedan and sports net, says Musk. A recent example is that Tesla has taken model 3 backpacks as front drives in S and X. This change came on stream three months ago, said Musk in the tweet.
Musk added that the interior of model S and model X remains the same. There has been speculation that Tesla would eventually change the X and S interiors to match newer model 3. However, S and X stick around. Tesla will not interrupt any model for now, says Musk when asked via Twitter if the company will get rid of S and X and new releases of new model lines for "expected full self-purchase capacity."
It is unclear whether Tesla will eventually settle its flagship S and its complicated X, which Musk once described as an act of hubris. None of the vehicles receive as many sales as their cheaper counterpart, model 3. Tesla delivered 17,650 model S and X vehicles compared to 77,550 model 3s in the second quarter.