By B. O’Hare
Tesla Motors, who have become synonymous with sporadic price changes, have now raised the prices for three cars they currently sell in the US: the Model S, 3 and Y.
Although not all specific variants of each model received a price hike, the following versions did:
- Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus: up $500 to $37,490
- Tesla Model 3 Long Range AWD: up $500 to $46,490
- Tesla Model Y Long Range AWD: up $1,000 to $49,990
Meanwhile, the Model S Plaid+ received the biggest price rise of all, a whopping $10,000. That puts its new starting price at $149,990.
What do you guys think, especially with regards to the Model S Plaid+? Is $150k justifiable for a sedan that’s fundamentally based off a 9 year-old chassis? The performance stats are incredible, as is the range, but many feel the recent facelift didn’t do enough in terms of a styling reboot. Let us know your thoughts in the replies section below.