Tesla has increased its price tram give the second time in month. After adding $1,000 to several long-range models last week, the automaker has now performed a much larger price hike across its entire lineup. Equal Electrek reported, its price now starts at $46,990 for base Model 3$2,000 higher than before. The Model 3 all-wheel drive is currently $2,500 more expensive at $54,490, and the Performance version is now $3,000 more at $61,990.
While, Model Y’s Prices now start at $62,990, or $2,000 more than before, for the Long Range version. Tesla has also increased the price of the Performance version to $3,000, which means they’ll now set you back $67,990. For both Model WILL Optionally, Tesla added $5,000 to their previous price, so you’ll have to spend at least $99,990 for one. No other electric vehicle has had such a large price increase X modelHowever, it’s currently $10,000 more at $114,990.
Although Tesla has quietly raised prices overnight, the move doesn’t go out of the left field. On Twitter, the company director Elon Musk indicates the possibility of an increase in prices. He said both Tesla and SpaceX are seeing “recently significant inflationary pressures on raw materials.” [and] logistics. “He didn’t say it clearly, but he link for an article about commodity prices skyrocketing due to concerns about shortages of raw materials that Russia exports.
One of the raw materials affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine is nickel, given its price fly and more than doubled since the war began. Russia is a major supplier of the metal, which is an important component of lithium-ion batteries used by Tesla and other electric vehicle manufacturers. Besides, Electrek Tesla said that experience a large amount of new orders due to the growing interest in electric vehicles due to the increase gas price.
Tesla & SpaceX are experiencing significant inflationary pressure recently in materials and logistics
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk)
March 14, 2022