Tesla raised prices for electric Model S and Model Y due to a shortage of semiconductors

Tesla raised prices for electric Model S and Model Y due to a shortage of semiconductors

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Tesla has raised prices for its electric Model S and Model Y, according to Electrek.

Recall that before this, the cost of Tesla electric cars changed in July 2021. According to Elon Musk, the increase in prices was primarily caused by problems with the supply of new cars due to the global shortage of semiconductors.

Following the price change, the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus is now worth $ 41,990. The cost of the Long Range AWD modification remained unchanged at $ 49,990. Performance version – $ 57,990.

Tesla Model Y Long Range Dual Motor Crossover – $ 54,990. Performance Mod – $ 61,990.

Earlier it was reported that Tesla will release a new specification for the compact Model 3 – with a set of improvements for operation on bad roads.

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