Tesla Model Y Long Range Price Increases Slightly
Tesla continues to innovate and entice customers with its cars as it recently announced a slight increase in the price of its Model Y Long Range. The Tesla Model Y is one of the most popular electric cars on the market, and the announcement made waves among tech and auto enthusiasts. The news was met with both praise and criticism, as Tesla continues to push for a more sustainable future while increasing prices at the same time. In this article, we will explore what makes the Tesla Model Y Long Range such an attractive option, why its price has risen slightly, and how you can still make the most of your purchase.
Tesla Model Y Long Range Now $10,000 More
The Tesla Model Y Long Range is now $10,000 more expensive than it was before. This is a slight increase from the previous price of $85,000. The Tesla Model Y Long Range is a five-passenger all-electric SUV with a range of up to 300 miles. It has a top speed of 155 mph and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds. The Tesla Model Y Long Range is available in two colors: black and white.
Tesla Model Y Performance Also Gets a Price Hike
As Tesla readies the launch of its next vehicle, the Model Y, it’s also increasing the price of performance versions of its existing cars.
The Tesla Model Y is the company’s new compact SUV, and it’s set to start deliveries in 2020. The Long Range version of the Model Y will cost $47,000, which is a $3,000 increase over the previous price.
The Performance version of the Model Y will cost $60,000, which is a $5,000 increase over the previous price. Tesla says the higher prices are due to “improved acceleration,” but it’s not clear what exactly has been improved.