Like most Tesla showrooms, they had a rolling chassis on display but this one was the first I've seen with the "D" motor installed up front. They don't have any Ds for sale yet, but should be soon.
Pricing goes from AUD $113,152 "on the road" for the cheapest 70 kwh pack with a 4 month delivery queue, up to $225,763 for the fully loaded P90D, including $43K in taxes. The only government savings on an electric car is a slight decrease in the Luxury Car tax. The current Aussie government thinks coal is the solution for the future and is actively fighting solar, wind and electric vehicles. Hope the bums get voted out next time.