Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed that there will be no Model S and Model X revamps coming soon. Many fans have been expecting this upgrade. However, Tesla has a different style for improving their vehicles as the years pass by.

As seen on Musk’s official Twitter, the CEO himself confirmed that no Model X and Model S refresh will happen anytime soon. Musk confirmed that there would be a “series of minor ongoing changes” instead.

Musk notes that the major change they’ve had so far was to add a high efficiency Model 3 rear drive unit to the newer Model S and Model X. Fans pressed the CEO for other features that could come from the refresh but Musk was adamant in shutting them all down. For fans that want to wait until for the refresh, fans will literally have to wait forever due to Tesla’s upgrade style for their vehicles.

Most automobile companies update their vehicles with model refreshes which include a total overhaul of the vehicle. The refresh would put in superior technology inside the vehicle and provide a new look of the car’s body to clearly show the new generation feel.

However, Musk confirmed that Tesla will only be doing incremental upgrades which meant they’ll slowly be introducing better technology as the years go by. Tesla promises that it’ll include the new technology for their cars as soon as its ready and available.

As of late, many speculations have been circulating about the refresh of Model S and Model X units. CNBC has recently reported that inside sources told them that a Model S refresh was due to this coming September. It would have a 400-mile range battery and three electric motors. The CEO has since dismissed all of these rumors which could mean that it’s not happening anytime soon.

For now, Tesla has been doing well with its second quarter sales for the Model 3, S, and X units. Additionally, the company is also planning to release the Model Y crossover SUV in late 2019. We’ll have to wait for more information from Tesla to know how much are they going to change their cars soon.

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Pictured: US electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors Inc. Battery Technology Director Kurt Kelty (R) introduces its premium electric Model S sedan's chassis and battery units during a press preview in Tokyo on August 30, 2012. AFP/GettyImages/Kazuhiro Nogi