The new Tesla Model S finally arrives in Europe with two configurations, namely the 60 kWh or 85 kWh versions.
While U.S. buyers benefit from a more affordable 40 kWh model, Tesla decided not to bring it to the European market.
The entry-level model in Europe it’s the one which gets the 60 kWh system and starts at €72,600, a significantly bigger price tag compared to the U.S. model.
Next up is the 85 kWh version at €83,150 and the Performance variant at €97,550. The price climbs even higher at €101,400 for the Tesla Model S Signature while the range-topping Signature Performance begins at €110,950.
If these prices are still affordable for you, the company has good news if you live in the UK. They plan to build a right-hand drive variant of the new Tesla Model S later next year.
More information on Tesla’s new electric car availability in Europe will be released next year.