Tesla Increases Pricing by as Much as $10,000
tesla | March 16, 2022
It looks like Tesla has increased prices again – this time across the entire line. The entry-level Model 3 is getting a $2,000 price increase to $46,990. Model 3 Dual Motor now costs $54,500, a $2,500 price increase. Those buying the Model 3 Performance version will pay an additional $3,000, with the starting price now $61,990.
Those looking for the Model Y will pay $2,000 more with a starting price of $62,990. Opt for the Performance version, and it costs $3,000 more than it did before, starting at $67,990. Model S buyers will pay an extra $5,000 for the base model, now starting at $99,990.
The Plaid version saw the same $5,000 price increase now starting at $135,990. The most expensive vehicle Tesla makes is the Model X which saw the most significant price increase of $10,000, and its base version costing $114,990. The Model X Plaid now costs $138,990.
Price increases are effective on all new Teslas ordered as of March 14. Buyers will also wait quite a while before they have their car. The more expensive models are delayed at least a couple of months, and the cheapest models are potentially delayed until September.