Tesla Model S

ALL TIME RANK
8
The Tesla Model S is New Zealand's 8th best selling full electric vehicle (sold new) - see top 10

Variations

Tesla Model S (used)

Range

Based on WLTP cycle

320-420kms

Battery

60-100kWh

Price

Excludes On Road Costs

$60,000-$140,000
Body TypeSedan
Acceleration- seconds (0-100 km/h)
Power- kW

The Tesla Model S was sold in NZ from 2015 onwards. A large number of variations are on the secondhand market, starting from the 60 kWh battery models, right up to the 100 kWh performance models.

2017 was the peak year for Model S sales. Sub-models include the 60, 60D, 70, 70D, 75, 75D, 75R, 85, 85D, P85, 90, 90D, 100D, P100D.

Tesla Model S Long Range
FUTURE

Range

Based on WLTP cycle

652kms

Battery

95kWh

Price Estimate

Subject to change

$175,990
Release Date Estimate2022Q4
Body TypeSedan
Acceleration3.2 seconds (0-100 km/h)
Power500 kW

Tesla Model S Plaid
FUTURE

Range

Based on WLTP cycle

637kms

Battery

95kWh

Price Estimate

Subject to change

$224,990
Release Date Estimate2022Q4
Body TypeSedan
Acceleration2.1 seconds (0-100 km/h)
Power760 kW

Registered per Year or Month (NZ)

Data shown for all Tesla Model S variations combined including both NZ New and Used import registrations.

  • Monthly
  • Yearly

Total Registered (NZ)

Breakdown of Submodels

How many units of each major model variation (NZ new) have been registered to date.

Raw submodel dataUnits
75D 193KW/EV/4WD/FD84
100D 193KW/EV/4WD/FD39
7530
90D25
75D25
LONG RANGE 208KW/EV24
100D21
P100D19
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PERFORMANCE 380KW/EV15
P100D 375KW/EV/4WD12
P90D6
60R5
P85D5
60D5
604
90 D4
853
LONG RANGE PLUS 208K3
75R2
702
STANDARD RANGE 208KW2
85D2
P85+1
60 D1
LONG RANGE AWD 195KW1
75R 350KW/EV/FD1
85 D1
S851
70D/75D1
70D1

NZ New vs Used Import

NZ NEW

85.5%361

USED IMPORT

14.5%61
About the data

Data is from all vehicles entered in the NZ Motor Vehicle Register open data obtained from Waka Kotahi. It is not the size of the current fleet, as some vehicles may subsequently be cancelled or de-registered. Raw submodel names are inconsistent, so for the pie charts the data has been 'fixed' to show more meaningful submodel names.