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Tesla has lowered the price on both its Performance and Dual Motor AWD versions of the Model 3 sedan.
Currently, the base Long Range battery version is $49,000. Consumers can add a second motor and AWD for $4,000, a $1,000 drop from the previously announced price. So, a dual-motor car now starts at $53,000.
The Performance version, capable of 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds, will start at $64,000. An additional $5,000 will get you the “Premium Package,” which includes 20″ Performance Wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport 4S summer tires, a carbon fiber rear spoiler, aluminum alloy pedals, and a speed boost to top out at 155 mph. White seats and premium paint choices will add another $1,500 each. So, a fully-loaded Performance model will cost $72,000, a $6,000 drop from the previously announced price.
Enhanced Autopilot will add $5,000 and Full Self-Driving will add $3,000.
Dual Motor cars will also receive a “Dual Motor” badge with a red underline for the Performance version.
The delivery window for the Tesla Model 3 Performance is currently 2-4 months, while the Dual Motor AWD version has a 3-5-month window.