Elon Musk's Company Tesla Slashes Prices Again to Boost Demand, Check Out the New Prices Here

In an effort to increase demand, Tesla has once again lowered its prices in the United States. The electric vehicle manufacturer has reduced prices by up to 6%, with the biggest price cuts applied to the more expensive Model S and Model X vehicles, according to the company's website as of Friday.

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This move follows Tesla's announcement that it delivered a record-breaking 422,875 vehicles globally in the first quarter of the year, following previous rounds of price reductions. Earlier in March, Tesla lowered the prices of its Model S and Model X vehicles, and back in January, it slashed prices by as much as 20% in the U.S., making some of its cars eligible for a federal electric vehicle tax credit.

Tesla Full Self Driven car Model dashboard
Tesla Full Self Driven car Model dashboard 

As of now, the current prices of Tesla vehicles in the U.S. are as follows:

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

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