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Tesla Increases Model S And X Prices

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B. O’Hare
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Model S and X Long Range prices are up by $5,000.

Tesla has increased prices for the facelifted Model S and X, however it is only the Long Range variants of each that have been effected.

The Model S LR now starts at $84,990 (or $86,190 after delivery). Meanwhile the Long Range Model X now comes in at $94,990 ($96,190 after delivery). This means both received significant $5,000 price increases.

The Model S LR is expected to arrive by around September/ October in the US, however extensive delays are anticipated in other markets. For example, in some European nations the new Model S will not be available until the second half of 2022. The Model X meanwhile should go on sale in the US early next year, or perhaps even later this year for Plaid variants ordered months ago.

What are your thoughts on the ‘new’ S and X? How do you feel they stack up against the emerging competition? Let us know down below.

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One thought on “Tesla Increases Model S And X Prices Leave a comment

  1. Thanks for keeping us up to date! I ordered my S LR at the end of January and still haven’t gotten any updates.

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