Tesla Model S Plaid Plus officially cancelled

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The Tesla Model S Plaid Plus has officially cancelled, the announcement was made by Elon Musk himself through a tweet this Sunday on June 7th.

Elon Musk stated that the Standard is “just so good” and stated that as a reason to cancel the release of Plaid+.

The expected starting range of the Plaid+ was $149,990, it was expected to have a mammoth 1100 horsepower, going from 0 to 60 in 2 seconds flat and has a long range 520 miles or 830 kilometers in one charge.

Tesla Model S Plaid 'delivery event' confirmed for June 3rd - The Verge
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While the Plaid+ has just exceptional technical specifications however since it’s no longer available the customers who had pre-booked the Plaid+ are now being contacted to accept a standard model S Plaid.

The Standard Plaid model’s price range starts from $119,990 and is all set to debut on June 10th. It has a 1020 horsepower engine along with a 390-mile range and goes from 0 to 60 in just 2 seconds.

Even though the Plaid+ performance model was cancelled but Elon Musk was right and the standard S Plaid is just so good. We all will be watching it closing on the 10th of this month.

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