Tesla has once again altered pricing on its vehicles.
According to the company’s online configurator, the best-selling Model 3 and Model Y will receive price hikes.
The Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus received a $2,000 price increase, now starting at $41,990. The Model 3 Performance received a $1,000 price increase to start at $57,990. Tesla did not alter the price of the Model 3 Dual Motor AWD, which remains at $49,990.
For Tesla’s crossover SUV Model Y, the Long Range version received a $1,000 increase to $54,990. The Performance version jumped $1,000 to $61,990.
Tesla did not alter pricing for its more pricey Model S and Model X vehicles. In July, the Long Range versions of Tesla’s Model S sedan and Model X SUV received a $5,000 price increase.
Pricing for Tesla’s vehicles have fluctuated all year as the company tries to keep up with demand while dealing with shortages and delays from suppliers.