Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced on Sunday the company was no longer going to produce the Model S Plaid Plus.
Musk took to Twitter to break the news, tweeting:
"Plaid+ is canceled. No need, as Plaid is just so good."
"0 to 60mph in under 2 secs. Quickest production car ever made of any kind. Has to be felt to be believed."
The Model S Plaid Plus would have been Tesla's highest-end model with a driving range of 520 miles.
It was unveiled at a battery event last year but production was pushed back from the end of 2021 to 2022.
Now, it's been pulled altogether and Tesla is throwing its weight behind the Model S.
It was scheduled to be unveiled at an event on June 3 but it's been pushed back a week.
That car costs almost $113,000, according to the company's website.
Like other automakers, Tesla has increased its vehicle prices as it grapples with supply chain issues and a computer chip shortage.