We all know they’re not expensive, but what is a Tesla price? There’s a significant cost difference between the most affordable and the highest-priced Tesla. The EV lineup is suitable to meet a variety of budgets and requirements.
This article has been updated to reflect recent price adjustments across the entire range of Tesla models following years of constant increases. Consider this as a reverse of price increases and not a price reduction. We’ve also listed the models that Teslas are eligible for the new Federal tax credit for electric vehicles.
Tesla alters its trim levels and prices often; however, below is the pricing for each Tesla model as of the moment of writing, along with references to how prices have most recently changed. While the initial Federal tax credits for Tesla models have expired, the Inflation Reduction Act’s updated credits are a good bet for specific models. It is possible to benefit from state tax credits. Continue reading to find out what you anticipate spending on a brand-new Tesla.
How Much Is A Tesla Model 3?
The cheapest Tesla available with a price tag of just $43,990, the Model 3 is the most affordable Model available. Model 3 has many features, such as a strong performance and sleek design. Its rear-drive Standard Range Plus model had already seen its price increase to $48,190 by March 2022. However, Tesla has reversed some of those price increases and dropped the MSRP for the door to $43,990. The addition of a destination cost of $1,390 made the least expensive Model 3 at $45,380 before another reduction of $1,000 brought the out-the-door price up to $43,380. The price is now $41,630 with the destination. The car is believed to have a mileage of 267 miles.
This Long Range model was not available on Tesla’s website. It provides an EPA-rated 353 miles range. It was initially priced at $59,190. However, it now starts at $47,240 in May 2023. The Performance model is more powerful and offers 315 miles with an entire charge. It’s currently priced at $55,380, with destination, a significant reduction from the previous $64,190 Tesla was charging for one. The Long Range and Performance models are equipped with all-wheel drive courtesy of a separate electric motor on each axle.
From June 2, 2023, due to some changes likely to be made on the Model 3’s previous Chinese-supplied batteries, the small car is now eligible for the entire $7,500 tax credit for all variants.
How Much Is A Tesla Model S?
The all-wheel-drive version of the Tesla Model S is substantially higher priced than the Model 3. Model S is the Long Range variant, which covers an estimated 405 miles on a single cost, and has seen an impressive price drop from its last MSRP of $106,190. It is now $96,380. The price has been reduced further to a new MSRP of $91,380, including destination (which isn’t low enough to be eligible for the Inflation Reduction Act’s Tax Credits policy). The price is now $89,88 at the time of May 2023. This includes the destination.
The tri-motor Plaid version was launched, its price increased, initially from $119,690 up to $131,190, after the announcement that Tesla isn’t making the higher-performance, 520-mile Plaid+ version which the CEO Elon Musk has said is no longer needed and then saw a further increase to $137,190. It was previously reduced to $116,380–the lowest price the Plaid model has ever priced. The price currently starts at $109 880, much less than last few months.
This might just be worth it–although its driving range falls to an estimated 348 miles, the Model S Plaid benefits from a manufacturer-estimated 0-60 mph time of fewer than 2.0 seconds and a top speed of 200 mph. We tested a weaker twin-motor Tesla Model S Plaid that reached 60 mph in 2.1 seconds. This makes it the fastest production vehicle we’ve ever tested.
How Much Is A Tesla Model X?
It is famous for the “Falcon Wing” doors; the Model X SUV is the most expensive Tesla currently on sale. An estimated 332 miles two-motor Tesla Model X now goes for $99,880. This is a significant drop compared to its list price of $122,190. The range of the Model X Plaid is reduced to 311 miles; however, as with its predecessor, Model S Plaid, it has faster acceleration and increased top speed. The price for this trim has been astonished at $140,190. However, like the other Tesla prices, the price had dropped in recent months to just $121,380, which is close to the original asking price when it first launched in the market and is now priced at $109,880 according to the most recent version of the line (as of May 20, 2023).
How Much Is A Tesla Model Y?
Model Y, Tesla’s compact SUV launched in May 2023, is priced from $56,380 to $51,880 following a recent increase in its entry-level trim’s cost climb to $67190 before falling to $54,380. It’s the Long Range model capable of driving an EPA-estimated 335 miles on a single battery charge. Batteries. Tesla pricing is indeed a high-risk ride. However, the positive side is that the seven and five-seat Long Range now qualifies for the federal EV tax credit and can save up to $7500 in savings. Tesla launched a new lower trim level to the Base Model Y, and it begins at $48,880 and comes with a range of 279 miles.
Additionally, Tesla offers the Model Y in a Performance variant that provides an estimated 303 miles of range and wears a now-steal-of-a-price-tag of $55,880 (it had been slashed previously to $58,380 in January 2023), a marked reduction from its recent $71,190 ask. Its Model Y comes standard with five seats. However, the price of $3,000 will add a third-row bench on Long Range models, which makes the total capacity as high as seven. If you spend another $1,000, Tesla includes a tow hitch, maximizing the vehicle’s 3,500-pound towing capacity.
How Much Is A New Tesla Roadster?
Tesla has lofty targets for the Roadster. The Roadster is expected to hit 60 speeds in 1.9 seconds and has a distance of 662 miles. The price will be around $200,000. The Founders Series, limited to the first 1,000 customers, will be priced at about $250,000. At this rate, the Roadster is set to turn into the priciest Tesla on the market. Currently, Tesla is taking reservations for the Roadster; however, the official launch date hasn’t been revealed.