When it first came out on the market, Tesla Model 3 and X were considered a real success, but some consumers might have judged the fact that the models had no front grille, thus no air flowing through the nose.
Now, the carmaker decided to change things a little bit and add some new features that would make the new models more “normal” in terms of design. So, besides the same design lines, Tesla added a fake grille to the Model 3 and X. This would make it more appealing to the potential buyers.
As for the recently unveiled Tesla Model S, the same treatment was applied, the hot model receiving a fake front grille as well with a narrow grille, which may be considered a plus for the overall design.
Apart the front grille, the Tesla Model S Facelift has also received new headlights and taillights, which provide the model with a fresh look.
Inside, the Tesla Model S Facelift is stuffed with Nappa leather and Alcantara, heated and ventilated seats, LED ambient lighting, new interior wood trims and so on.
Under the hood, the Model S Facelift will come available with four powertrain configurations, like the entry-level 70 version with 315 horsepower and 380 horsepower in the D version, the 90D with 415 horsepower and a 294 mile range. Next is the P90D with 460 horsepower and 530 horsepower in Ludicrous mode.
More than that, the Tesla Model S Facelift will also receive an upgraded charger, from 40 amps to 48 amps. Prices will be announced at a later date.