Guys, I witnessed 4 price hikes in the last 2 years. Mostly due to the canadian dollar... or I should say the US dollar increase. In fact, the US dollar gained ground on most international currencies. As you might know the formula for the canadian pricing is simple. US pricing + 6.1% import duty (more that 55% of the car is from outside US/CAn/Mex) + exchange rate + 1-2% for other fees. My point is that since the US currency gained ground on most currencies in the world, Tesla Motors should adjust the formula to calculate the canadian pricing (and international pricing) to account for where they source their parts (Germany, Japan, Canada...). If TM wants to continue to sell internationally, it has to adjust its prices. I priced a new 90D with roof, winter climate, air suspension and it's a 140k + tax car (ok minus 8k). That's a hefty price. In the exotic range. TM will not change the world if they continue down that route.