Tesla has again increased prices of the Model 3 and Model Y again in the U.S., in what continues to be the electric automaker tweaking its prices, yet again (via @SawyerMerritt).
The new increases come two weeks after Tesla had hiked prices by $500 to $1,000, depending on the configuration.
Check out the changes below for Model 3:
- Standard Range Plus: $38,990 USD (+$500; was $38,490)
- Long Range: $47,990 USD (+$500; was $47,490)
- Performance: $56,990 USD – no change
Check out the changes below for Model Y:
- Long Range: $50,990 (+$500; was $50,490)
- Performance: $60,990 USD – no change
Tesla last increased the prices of Model 3 and Model Y back on April 8, when its sedan saw a jump from $500-1,000, while the compact SUV entry model increased by $500.
With the Biden administration now bullish on electric vehicles, Tesla may be awaiting a sales boom for its vehicles, if and when EV tax rebates become available.
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