Today, Tesla has updated its pricing for Model 3 and Model Y vehicles to increase prices across the board once more.
The automaker’s cheapest vehicle has now increased in price by over 20% this year alone.
Tesla prices have increased widely across the entire lineup in 2021.
Last month alone, there were two significant price increases on Model 3 and Model Y.
Now Tesla is starting November with another based on an overnight update of its online configurator.
This time, along with the base price update, Tesla also changed the pricing of the paint options.
Solid Black costs now $500 more at $1,500 and Midnight Silver Metallic has been added as a standard option.
It means that Tesla now offers two paint colors at no additional cost: Pearl White Multi-Coat and Midnight Silver Metallic.
Tesla Model 3 Prices
Model 3 was hit the hardest in terms of price increases this year, and this new price increase was no exception.
Here are all the prices of the different versions of the Model 3:
- Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus: price went from $43,990 to $44,990
- Tesla Model 3 Long Range AWD: price went from $49,990 to $50,990
- Tesla Model 3 Performance: price went from $57,990 to $58,990
Here’s what the updated online configurator looks like now:
The Model 3 Standard Range Plus, which Tesla recently started calling Model 3 Rear-Wheel Drive, has now increased in price by 21% this year.
It was selling for just $37,000 earlier this year and now it goes for $45,000, up by another $1,000 today.
At least, buyers are getting a little more out of the vehicle with this price increase.
Sources familiar with the matter told Electrek that the base version of the Model 3 will now come standard with a heated steering wheel and heated rear seats.
Tesla Model Y prices
With today’s online configurator update, Tesla also increased the prices of both versions of the Model Y.
Here are all the updated prices for all versions of the Model Y:
- Tesla Model Y Long Range Dual Motor: price went from $56,99 to $57,990
- Tesla Model Y Performance: price went from $61,990 to $62,990
Here’s what Tesla’s Model Y configurator looks like after the overnight update:
Model Y has received the same changes to the paint options like the Model 3.
With the update, Tesla also changed the delivery timelines based on adding options to the configurations.
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