By now you probably know that if you want a Tesla, you’re going to need to get one.

But what you may not know is that if it’s an Autopilot-equipped Model S, you can spend a little more money on the package than if you bought one from a Tesla dealer.

The new pricing on Tesla’s Model S sedan, the all-electric version, is $29,850 for the 16 kWh model and $39,000 for the 64 kWh model.

For comparison, that same model is about $38,000.

If you want the 32 kWh Model S with all-wheel drive, you get a price tag of $37,850.

That’s only $2,500 less than the cost of a Tesla Autopilots manual manual transmission, which retails for $46,950.

If you want to get the Tesla’s supercharged all-terrain system, you’ll have to pay $46.750.

If it’s a Tesla S, it’ll cost you $48,000, which is more than the price of the manual transmission.

The Model S also comes with the Tesla Roadster, a supercharged SUV that can go from 0-60 in 5.6 seconds.

That model will cost you about $36,500, which compares to the $46-55 price tag for the manual automatic transmission.

To get that extra $2.50, you’d need to buy the Autopile, a manual transmission that costs $36.50 and a manual that costs about $28.50.

Both of those vehicles are available now for $37.50 each.