You Can Now Buy a Tesla Model 3 Long Range Again in the U.S.

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Tesla has brought back its Model 3 Long Range for orders, finally, after stopping orders back in August of 2022. After Tesla stopped taking orders its website noted the specific configuration would be “available in 2023”.

The Model 3 Long Range AWD is available for purchase at $47,240 and qualifies for a $3,750 federal tax incentive, which is the same as the Model 3 RWD with lower-cost LFP batteries.

Now, this Model 3 Long Range has a range estimate of “325+” miles and a top speed of 145 mph and a 0-60 mph time of 4.2 seconds. Many suspect this Model 3 Long Range is built using a different battery chemistry, possibly LFP batteries, since it only qualifies for half of the $7,500 tax credit. Tesla’s LFP batteries are made in China and not in America. Deliveries are showing as June 2023, so we’ll find out soon enough.

Now, as for the Model 3 “Highland” refresh, that isn’t coming for this Long Range as the design looks like the same car we all have long been familiar with.

This Long Range AWD Model 3 weighs 4,034 lbs, and can support Supercharging at up to 250kW Max, while the RWD Model 3 is limited to 170kW Max.

Are you going to be placing an order for the Model 3 Long Range? It comes to $43,490 after its $3,750 tax incentive.