If you were hoping to get your name down for one of the exclusive 2013 Tesla Model S Signature Editions, you've now left it a little too late.

According to Tesla, the company has sold every one of the initial run of cars, all of which are packed to the roof with equipment, use the larger 85 kWh battery pack, and start at $95,400.

That, says Inside Line, includes the $105,400 Signature Performance model. Each gets carbon-fiber accents, performance wheels, active air suspension and sport-tuned traction control, as well as other toys.

The news hits as Tesla's Model S configurator goes live, allowing fans and potential customers to delve into great detail to build their ideal Model S.

Base Model S cars start at $57,400, and a wealth of options is available, from a $3,750 tech package with xenon lights, navigation and keyless entry--among other things--to a $950 12-speaker audio system and $1,500 air suspension.

The base model also gets the smaller 40 kWh battery pack good for around 160 miles of range, rather than the 250-300 miles promised from the 85 kWh car.

If you've missed out on one of the early specials, fear not--Tesla is still taking $5,000 deposits for the regular Model S. Deliveries of the first Signature Editions are due to start on June 22.


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