Tesla’s P85 sedan is coming out with a new version of its most expensive sedan to date.

The P85 D, which was first revealed in April, is set to go on sale this fall, starting at $37,995, or roughly $1,500 less than the regular P85.

That’s a big deal for a car that’s a huge step up in price, and the company says it’s making it even better with the D’s optional high-performance steering wheel.

The new version will feature all-new front and rear suspension components, upgraded battery packs, and a new roof that’s all-glass, which helps make the P85 a lot more comfortable to drive.

In addition, the new version has a new driver-assist technology that lets the driver steer through traffic while driving by themselves, and will come standard with a navigation system that’s much smarter than what you’re used to with Tesla’s current autopilot systems.

In the case of the P75D, Tesla says the P65D, which debuted at CES last year, will also be receiving a refresh.

Both versions will have a new exterior design, and they’ll also get a new, more powerful electric motor, which should allow them to go even faster.

The only major differences between the two versions of the Model S are the price tag and the powertrain.

For the Model P85, Tesla will be offering a slightly different model, the P95D, that has all-wheel drive and has a $2,500 base price, up from the $25,000 base price.

Both the P80D and P65Ds will be offered at the same price, with the P70D going for $35,000 and the P90D going up to $43,500.

The price difference between the P60D and the $30,000 P75 will be $1 more than the P50D, but it’ll still be $2 more expensive than the $26,000 Model S. The company also plans to offer a P85P, which will come with a $4,000 price tag, or about $1 less than what the regular Model S has.

That car will get a similar suite of technologies as the P45D, and that car will also come with some optional extras, like the ability to drive with a blind spot monitoring system and lane departure warning.

That model is also set to debut in 2018, though the details of the final design will only be revealed later this year.

If you’re looking for a more affordable option, Tesla has two other high-end sedans coming this year that are also getting an upgrade.

The Model 3 is slated to arrive in 2019, and it will come in two models: the $39,000 sedan, which comes with a 5.7-liter V8 engine, and its pricier sibling, the $54,000 Premium sedan, with a 6.0-liter engine.

Both models are slated to launch in 2019 and 2020, respectively, and both cars are expected to be priced about the same as the Model 3.

That doesn’t mean you’ll be able to pick up the new Model S in 2019 for less than $37000, though.

Both vehicles will be available in the U.S. starting in early 2020.

Tesla will also introduce a new model, its new Model X, which is slated for launch in 2021 and will be priced at $70,000.

Both cars will also get new interior finishes, and Tesla is also planning a new lineup of high-volume sedans with a few extra perks, including autonomous driving, a rear-facing camera system, and even a power driver seat.

The two new models will also have new features, like a self-parking feature that lets users pick up and drop off their Model S at any time, and an all-terrain capability that allows the car to take off in a variety of terrain.

Tesla is already shipping a few of these models, including the $75,000 X. But it’s also looking to add more, including a $70 per month leasing program, and is also reportedly working on a new high-speed charging system that will give the Model X a whole new level of capability.