Tesla has dropped prices across its Model 3 and Model Y lineup in the United States, making the vehicles more affordable than ever when factoring in tax credits.
The Model Y Long Range and Performance variants saw price cuts of $2,000 each. With the $7,500 federal tax credit, the Long Range now starts at just $40,990.
Meanwhile, the Model 3 lineup received even steeper reductions. The rear-wheel drive Model 3 is now $38,990, the Long Range starts at $45,990, and the Performance begins at $50,990 – all several thousand dollars less than before.
After the $3,750 tax credit, the entry-level Model 3 can be purchased for only $31,490. This represents incredible value for a vehicle with Tesla’s technology, performance and safety.
The newly reduced pricing applies to both new orders and existing reservations. Tesla likely aims to sustain strong demand in a cooling economy.
As the federal tax credits wind down, Tesla is offsetting the loss of eligibility with outright vehicle price cuts. This ensures competitiveness and maintains high value versus gas-powered and other electric vehicles.
With some of the most affordable pricing ever on its Model 3 and Model Y lineup, Tesla continues making electric mobility more accessible to mainstream consumers. The company retains its strategy of ultimately reaching sustainable high-volume production at lower price points.
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