Another price change has hit Tesla vehicles.
Late Friday, Tesla raised the price on variants of all currently available vehicles.
The Model Y Long Range price increased $2,000 from $54,990 to $56,990. The Model 3 Standard Range Plus price also jumped $2,000 to $43,990 from $41,990.
Tesla’s priciest cars also received the biggest price hike. The Model S sedan and Model X SUV prices are now $5,000 higher. Tesla’s highest-priced Plaid variants of the vehicles were unchanged.
Tesla’s prices have fluctuated all year as the company has tried to overcome challenges with suppliers caused by the pandemic. Tesla did not give a specific reason for the new price increase, but mentioned during its Q3 earnings call that it expected to continue experiencing pains from the pandemic going into next year.