Tesla Increases Model 3 Prices in Israel, Adds Enhanced Autopilot Option

After price hikes for the Model 3 in Canada, the U.S. and Europe, Tesla has also increased its car prices in Israel for its compact electric sedan.

The entry Model 3 is now priced at NIS 201,332 ($64,764 USD) an increase of NIS 9,000 ($2,895 USD), reports Globes, noting this is the fourth price increase from Tesla since it started selling the vehicle in Israel this year.

Like its U.S. website, the Model 3 Standard Range Plus moniker is gone, only to be known as the Model 3. Battery range estimates have also increased to 491 kilometers under the WLTP standard, which many believe is due to Tesla switching over to LFP batteries globally, as it announced during its Q3 earnings.

Tesla also added some options to the entry Model 3 in Israel, specifically Enhanced Autopilot for the price of NIS 19,000 ($6,111 USD), according to the automaker’s website. This Autopilot option allows for navigation with Autopilot, Autopark and automatic lane-changing, and it’s unclear if regulators all the features, says Globes.

Estimated delivery dates for the entry Model 3 in Israel is noted as March 2022.