While the manufacturer of electric vehicles strives to improve overall demand, Tesla has once again reduced costs in the United States.
According to the website of the automobile maker as of Friday, prices were reduced by anywhere from two percent to over six percent, with the highest reductions occurring on Tesla’s more costly Model S and Model X automobiles.
After a series of prior rounds of price reduction, Tesla said that it had delivered a record number of 422,875 cars to customers all over the globe during its first quarter. At the beginning of the month of March, Tesla reduced the cost of its Model S and Model X automobiles. Then in January, Tesla cut pricing in the United States by up to twenty percent, making it possible for certain of its vehicles to be eligible for a federal tax credit for electric vehicles.
How much does it cost to purchase a Tesla vehicle?
Tesla decreased the price of its Model S and Model X automobiles by $5,000, bringing them down to $84,990 and $94,990, respectively. Sales of these two models have been slower than expected. The carmaker reduced the pricing of the models by between 4% and 9% over the previous month.
Also, the business reduced the price of its Model 3 and Model Y cars, which are already among the most reasonably priced in its lineup, by $1,000 and $2,000, respectively.
Here are the current prices for Tesla vehicles:
Model S: $84,990
Model S Plaid: $104,990
Model 3: $41,990
Model 3 Performance: $52,990
Model X: $94,990
Model X Plaid: $104,990
Model Y Long Range: $52,990
Model Y Performance: $56,990