Tesla has made a new change in its configurator with the price reduction of the cheapest versions of its Model 3 and Model Y, at the same time that it has proceeded to raise the cost of the most expensive variants, the Performance.
With these modifications, the price of the Model 3 Standard Range Plus was reduced to $36,990, which represents a reduction of $1,000. For its part, the Model Y in this same variant has seen its price drop from $2,000 to $39,990.
A figure that of the Model Y leaves it curiously at the same height as the new Volkswagen ID.4 Pro, with which it also shares autonomy.
For its part, the bad news is for those interested in getting a unit of the Performance version, which will increase to $55,990 in the Model 3, and up to $69,990 for the Model Y.
A movement that also arrives coinciding with the renewal of public aid in the United States will undoubtedly encourage sales of a Tesla that last year was close to 500,000 units. This year, it has been proposed to reach at least 800,000 deliveries.
And it is by adding federal aid, and not counting on state and local, a consumer in the United States can buy a Model 3 Standard for just $29,990.