Tesla automobiles are becoming more expensive. The company raised the prices of its automobiles in the United States and a number of other markets, including Canada and China. However, the adjustments were relatively minor.
In the United States, the base price of a Tesla Model 3 is now $40,240 (up from $39,990), while the base price of a Model Y is now $47,240 (up from $46,990). The prices of other Model 3 and Model Y variants have also been increased by $250.
In China, the majority of Tesla Model 3 and Model Y variants saw a price increase of 2,000 RMB ($289).
Despite the price increases, the Model 3 and Model Y are still less expensive than at the beginning of 2023. Even after this latest price increase, the Tesla Model 3 is presently available at a $6,750 discount from its January price of $46,990.
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Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, has stated on multiple occasions that the company does not have a demand problem(opens in a new tab), despite the fact that recent price cuts have aided some customers decide to purchase a Tesla. Perhaps this modest price increase indicates that Teslas are about to become more expensive once more.
The Model 3 and Model Y are both eligible for a U.S. federal tax credit for qualified purchasers, reducing the price by up to $7,500 depending on the model chosen.
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