After increasing its prices in Canada and the USA, Tesla has now bumped up the price of its entry Model S and Model X vehicles in China.
As noted by @42how_, the price of both the Long Range Model S and Model X have increased by RMB 30,000 ($4,698 USD). The new prices are below:
- Model S Long Range: 889,990 RMB (+30,000 RMB; was 859,990 RMB)
- Model X Long Range: 939,990 RMB (+30,000 RMB; was 909,990 RMB)
Model S and Model X Plaid versions did not see a price increase, and remain at 1,059,990 RMB and 999,990 RMB respectively.
As it stands, Tesla’s Gigafactory in Shanghai currently produces Model 3 and Model Y, while Model S and Model X vehicles remain in production at the company’s Fremont, California plant. The Model X refresh just launched its first deliveries earlier this month.
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