Elon Musk is pulling the plug on his promised Tesla Model S Plaid+ super car about a year before it was expected to go on sale.

Tesla nonetheless plans a”Plaid” variant of the automobile. In a tweet on Sunday, the Tesla CEO said that Plaid+ was being canceled because there was”no need, as Plaid is just so great.”

However, Tesla had talked about the Plaid+ having the ability to go more than 500 miles on a single charge, although the typical Plaid variant is promoted as being able to go 390 miles. Both variations were to have three motors, more than the two in other top-end versions of the Tesla. And Tesla reported both Plaid and Plaid+ will be able to accelerate from 0 to 60 in about 2 seconds, making them the fastest production cars .

The Plaid+ has been set to be 30,000 more costly compared to typical Plaid version, costing just under $150,000. Each of the versions of the Model S and also the luxury Model X SUV together represented only 11 percent of Tesla sales last year, together with all the lower-priced Model 3 Condo and Model Y SUV becoming the mainstays for the Business. But the Model S and Model X probably have greater profit margins than the Model 3 and Model Y, making them important versions for Tesla’s lineup.

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Trouble for Tesla?
The delays from the new variants of the Model S and Model X, along with the falling of the Maximum end version of the Model S could point to some troubles at Tesla.
“This isn’t the news that Wall Street wished to hear,” said Daniel Ives, tech analyst at Wedbush Securities. “At the surface the explanation seems sense, but it also feels as though’The dog ate the homework.”

Typically, a redesign of a new version of a car takes production offline for a matter of weeks. But Tesla didn’t make any Model S sedans or Model X SUVs in the first quarter of the year and it is only now rolling out a redesigned version of the car.
An unveiling of the new Model S, with a distinctive rectangle open steering wheel rather than the traditional round steering wheel, had been set for June 3. But that was pushed back to June 10 because Musk announced last week it needed some last minute tweaks.

By Mike Francis

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