What Caused Tesla to Stop Making the Model S?

In order to create room for the future Tesla Cybertruck, Tesla ceased production of the Model S in June of this year.

Elon Musk, the company's CEO, has previously declared that the electric carmaker would shift its attention away from pricey sedan models like the Plaid Plus in favour of more affordable models.

The action was taken soon after it was revealed that a new Tesla model will be released the following year.

Although there are still some questions about the Cybertruck, Elon Musk has assured that it will be worth the wait and has hinted at some astounding specifications.

Why did Tesla, however, discontinue producing the Model S? The response is straightforward yet nuanced.

Elon Musk, the firm's CEO, said that because of production and delivery issues with the Model S,

the company chose to concentrate on developing additional models like the Cybertruck and Roadster.

There are fewer automobiles to produce when a new design is used, but Tesla has enough vehicles in stock to satisfy customer demand.

It's possible that CEO Elon Musk believes new vehicles, such as the Roadster and Cybertruck, will be more successful than older ones, like the Model S.