The price doesn't include federal and state tax credits.
Now, Tesla has updated its website to the new pricing which shows that once the federal tax credit of $US3,750 and a fuel savings (based on 10,000 miles and a cost of $US2.85 per gallon) are applied, USA drivers can buy the mid-range Model 3 for $US34,850 ($US49,049).
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"I want to be a broken record about this: It's cost, cost, cost, cost", the CEO said during Tesla's earnings call last week.
"The demand for - the demand for Model 3 is insanely high". The automaker has been picking away at costs through simplifying the lineup - the Model S and Model X will now only be offered with a 100-kWh battery, locked by software for some buyers - while also eliminating some options on the Model 3. "Moreover, we need to continue making progress towards lower priced variants of Model 3".
Elon Musk has announced yet another price drop for Tesla's mid-range Model 3, slicing $US1,100 off the price to bring the all-electric sedan another step closer to the promised $US35,000 "mass market" benchmark.