Last year, Tesla announced the Model S 60 and 60D as the most affordable option on the car manufacturer range. Unfortunately, these versions were short lived as the US-based producer decided to discontinue both models.  

The decision was announced via a short press release and it will start with April 16. 

"One year ago, we introduced the Model S 60 kWh battery as a more affordable option to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles. However, most customers ended up buying an equivalent to the Model S 75 kWh. To simplify the ordering process for our customers, we will be removing the 60 kWh option from our lineup”, is said in the press release. 

SEE ALSO:  Record deliveries for Tesla in Q4

If you had this version than Tesla will upgrade the batteries to a 75 kWh capacity. But not for free! The upgrade can be made with an over the air update.

Source: Tesla