Next month Tesla (TSLA) is planning to discontinue its Model S with a 60 kWh battery, the least expensive version of the model, according to Electrek.

Tesla has begun sending emails to potential buyers cautioning them of the change.

April 16 will be the final day one can order a Model S 60 and 60D.

Tesla says it is making the change because most customers eventually upgrade to 75 kWh battery and they want to expedite the ordering process.

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