Tesla knows that sharing is caring. In fact, several elements first seen on the bioweapon-mitigating HEPA filter, have eventually made it down to Tesla's other vehicle, the . Now, it appears that a new battery configuration will be joining the migration., including a grille-free face and that
Electrek first noted that the California Air Resource Board website included certification for a Tesla model that didn't yet exist -- the Model S 75D. A quick email to Tesla spokeswoman Khobi Brooklyn confirmed that Tesla will, in fact, introduce a 75-kWh battery to its Model S, and that orders begin at the end of this week.
The 75-kWh battery will be available in both rear-wheel- and all-wheel-drive variants. However, whereas the 75 replaced the 70 in the Model X lineup, Tesla will offer both batteries for Model S. According to the automaker, it's a $3,000 upgrade over the base Model S 70, which starts at $71,500.
Next thing you know, the Model S will come with falcon doors and a gargantuan front windshield. Although, on second thought, perhaps that's not the .