Tesla continues to tweak pricing of its electric vehicles in the United States. Two versions of the Model 3 increased in price by $500, and now we’re also seeing some price jumps for the Model Y compact crossover SUV and the Model S Plaid+. The price changes were again spotted by @SawyerMerritt.
Check out the changes below for Model Y:
- Long Range Dual Motor AWD: $49,990 USD (+$1,000; was $48,990 USD)
On February 20, Tesla axed the Model Y Standard Range and dropped the price of the Long Range AWD by $1,000 USD. That price drop looks to have now disappeared.
Check out the price changes below for Model S:
- Plaid+ Tri-Motor AWD: $149,990 USD (+$10,000 USD; was $139,990 USD)
For Canadians following price increases, the Model S Plaid+ jumped $10,000 CAD, to now start at a cool $199,990 CAD.
The Model S Plaid+ is set to debut in late 2021, so the $1,000 price increase will affect new orders and not existing orders already placed.
With the potential for up to $7,000 US in tax credits returning with the Biden administration, Tesla may be hedging it’s coming sooner rather than later.
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