Tesla Motors seems to be looking for new ways to generate financial resources and while all this sound normal for running a business in the automotive industry, this time the customers will be affected.

The Tesla Model S pricing will be increased, so all those that hadn’t placed an order will be affected. However, if you’ve already reserved one, you’ll still be able to get it starting from $49,000, the original announced price of the vehicle. In addition to this, the option packages for the Model S will also be affected, as certain features that are now standard will migrate to the list of optional extras.

The move comes after Tesla has recently delayed the production and delivery dates for the Model S. The company’s revenue has dropped from $57.7 (EUR44.7) to $50.1 (EUR38.8) million.

By Andrei Tutu