Tesla has again increased the price of its Model 3 and Model Y vehicles in the United States. Check out the changes below…
- Standard Range Plus: $39,490 USD (+$500; was $38,990)
- Long Range: $48,490 USD (+$500; was $47,990)
- Performance: $56,990 USD – no change
- Long Range: $51,490 (+$500; was $50,990)
- Performance: $60,990 USD – no change
Tesla has once again raised prices for Model 3 and Model Y after out of control demand for EVs caused them to sell out in the first month of Q2 pic.twitter.com/xuRuEJrWU2
— Whole Mars Catalog (@WholeMarsBlog) May 7, 2021
Back on April 8, we saw prices jump by up to $1,000 on these vehicles.
Seems like price increases are happening every two weeks on Thursdays.
Q2 Production Already Sold Out, Report Says
Earlier on Thursday, Electrek reported sources citing Tesla’s second-quarter is already sold out, despite nearly two months left still in the quarter. This information was corroborated by @SawyerMerritt:
I feel I can say this as Electrek already shared some info below. I can confirm what Electrek said is true. Tesla had its largest order flow ever globally in history in April. Deliveries are starting to pile up like crazy. There is 0 inventory. Model S/X demand is insanely high. https://t.co/PRPTBqlYQc
— Sawyer Merritt ?? (@SawyerMerritt) May 7, 2021
New Model S, Model X Estimated Delivery Times Pushed Back
As for Tesla’s new Model S and X refresh, new order delivery times have been pushed back to the fall, and to next year for the Model X (via @SawyerMerritt):
- Long Range S: September – October
- Plaid S: August – September
- Plaid+ S remains Mid-2022
- Long Range X: January – February 2022
- Plaid X: January – February 2022
There appears to be no demand letting up for Tesla as of late. During Q1, Tesla said its Model 3 sedan was the world’s top-selling premium sedan, and noted its Model Y could also become the world’s top-selling car, period.
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