You Can Now Buy a Tesla in Singapore, Pricing from $112,845 SGD

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Tesla has officially launched sales in Singapore, following earlier reports of an imminent launch in the island nation state.

Right now, Tesla only has the Model 3 available for purchase, with the latest updates and design. These vehicles will most likely be made and shipped over from Giga Shanghai in China.

Tesla Model 3 pricing in Singapore is below (excluding duty, registration fees and rebates):

  • Rear-Wheel Drive Standard Range Plus: $77,990 SGD
  • Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive Performance: $94,990 SGD

Now, the cost of owning a vehicle in Singapore is not cheap. The government limits how many cars on the island by requiring the purchase of an expensive Certificate of Entitlement (COE) for 10 years (if you can bid and win one), and Additional Registration Fee (ARF), if you want to own a vehicle.

Looking at the Model 3 Standard Range below, we see the estimated ARF is at a whopping $76,959 SGD. However, two rebates are available for green-friendly cars. The Vehicular Emission Scheme (VES) rebate slashes $25,000 SGD, and the EV Early Adoption Incentive (EEAI) takes $20,000 SGD off.

But the net ARF payable tacks on another $31,959 SGD, then you have a Registration Fee and 12 months of Road Tax, for a total of $112,845. Toss in a COE of $42,000 SGD (via @PeterNMCH) for a price of $154,845 SGD—or $116,438 USD for a Model 3 Standard Range.

In comparison, a Model 3 Standard Range costs $34,490 USD after a rebate in California in the United States. You could buy three entry Model 3 Standard Range electric vehicles and still have change left over.

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As for the Model 3 Performance at about $196,000 SGD ($147,386 USD), many note this price is competitive with mid-range luxury vehicles in Singapore, as per @PeterNMCH:

For example, here is the ballpark Singapore pricing for the following luxury cars, including COE on the island in SGD:

  • Mercedes C Class – $200K
  • BMW 3 Series – $200K
  • Audi A4 – $180K
  • Tesla Model 3 Performance – $196K

The Model 3 Performance goes 0 to 100 km/h in 3.3 seconds. Let’s see if luxury competitors above can do that?

As of writing, the Model 3 Standard Range Plus and Performance both have an estimated delivery date of 12-14 weeks.

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