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Tesla has introduced a new price tier for its Model S sedan and Model X SUV weeks after eliminating each vehicle's lowest-priced trim.
Tesla has cut the price of the Model 3, Model S, and Model X by $2,000 for US customers.
A Tesla Model S caught fire on Tuesday in Los Gatos, California, after getting a flat tire, multiple outlets reported.
For Chinese customers, the Model S starts at around $107,000, while the Model X starts at around $115,000, according to Tesla's Chinese website.
Tesla customers who purchase a Model S sedan or Model X SUV will no longer receive credits for free charging at the automaker's Supercharger stations.
Tesla fell six spots in this year's rankings by Consumer Reports of the most reliable vehicle brands. The publication ranked Tesla 27th out of 29 brands with an average reliability score of 32 points out of a possible 100.
Elon Musk just said Tesla will stop offering ‘many’ interior options for the Model S and Model X after November 1
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Tuesday that "many" interior options for the Model S sedan and Model X SUV will no longer be available after November 1 to simplify the production process. He did not specify which options would be eliminated, and Tesla didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
UK motoring magazine What Car? surveyed more than 18,000 car owners and found the Tesla Model S to be the least reliable. Owners identified issues with bodywork and electrical systems not related to the engine.
The NTSB just released a new report on the Tesla Model S that mysteriously caught fire in the middle of the street
The National Transportation Safety Board didn't offer any reasons why a Tesla Model S sedan suddenly caught fire in June in a preliminary report it released on Tuesday about the incident. The Model S fire first drew attention after the actress Mary McCormack shared a video of it on Twitter.
Five car models from Tesla, BMW, Mercedes, and Volvo were required to drive toward a stationary item with adaptive cruise control turned off and only the automatic braking on. The test found that Tesla's Model 3 and Model S vehicles were the only ones that failed to stop in time and hit the object.