- May 19, 2017
The least expensive version starts now at over $40,000, deducting DST.
Not much time has passed since Tesla’s last price increase in the U.S. (around April 9) and today, prices of the Model 3 and Model Y changed again.
This time, the non-performance versions went up by $500:
Model 3 Standard Range Plus: up $500 from $38,490 to $38,990Model 3 Long Range AWD: up $500 from $47,490 to $47,990Model 3 Perf. LR AWD 20″: no change ($56,990)Model Y Long Range AWD 19″: up $500 from $50,490 to $50,990Model Y Perf. LR AWD 21″: no change ($60,990)
On top of that is of course the $1,200 destination and handling, which makes the least expensive Tesla a $40,000 car (we ignore any invisible versions that may be or might be not available through direct contact with the...