Tesla Hikes Model S/X Prices in Parts of Asia, Offers Free Supercharging

Tesla continues to tweak its prices around the world and this time the Model S and Model X is increasing in price in China and South Korea, as spotted by @Tslachan.

Despite some modest price increases, also new in these countries is free charging for three years, just like in the U.S. (another perk offers 6 years for legacy owners to give up their lifetime charging perk).

Earlier this year, we saw Tesla offer 3 years of free Supercharging in the U.S. to push deliveries.

The 3-years of free Supercharging is also available in Europe, Taiwan and Israel. The details say this perk is available for all deliveries from May 5 to June 30, 2023—essentially Tesla’s second quarter.

The freebie will likely convert some owners to take deliveries of their Model S and Model X, which are manufactured in Fremont, California.

In South Korea, prices went up 3,571,000 KRW (about $2,700 USD) for the Model S and Model X. Meanwhile in China, a similar price increase of 19,000 yuan occurred, or about $2,749 USD).

Also new? Estimated delivery dates are now showing for all available vehicles, including Model 3/Y and Model S/X in China, South Korea and more.