As part of Tesla’s continuous effort to anti-sell the Model 3 and emphasize that the Model S is a more high-end option, the company released a comprehensive comparison chart.
Through the chart, the automaker confirmed that Model 3 will have fewer than 100 configurations to Model S’ more than 1,500 possible configurations.
CEO Elon Musk had already confirmed that Model 3 will feature much fewer options than its bigger alternative, the Model S, but Tesla is now putting a number on it.
With a few battery pack options, dual motor, paint options, and interior finishes, the number of possible combinations can go up quickly.
Tesla has already been streamlining the options on the Model S over the past year, but it adds up quick nonetheless. It currently offers 3 battery pack options (75, 90 and 100 kWh), rear-wheel-drive or dual motor, 7 paint colors, 6 different interiors, 4 different type of wheels, two roof options, and more.
The company sent the following chart through its retail channel today in order to inform customers about the basic differences between the Model S and Model 3:
It means that Mode 3 will likely be limited to two battery pack options, fewer colors, interior and roof option.