Tesla’s global price increase: Model Y raised 2,000 yuan to 263,000 yuan in China, and rose to 47,240 US dollars in the United States
According to news from IT House on May 2, according to Tesla’s official website, the prices of all Tesla models have increased. At present, the price of Tesla Model Y in China has risen to 263,900 yuan, and the price of Model Y long-range version in China has risen to 313,900 yuan. The price of the Tesla Model Y high-performance version in China has risen to 363,900 yuan.
In addition, the price of Tesla Model 3 in China has risen to 231,900 yuan, and the high-performance version of Model 3 has risen to 331,900 yuan.
The price of Model Y in the United States has risen to US$47,240 (IT Home Note: currently about 327,000 yuan), the long-life version has risen to US$50,240 (currently about 348,000 yuan), and the Tesla Model Y high-performance version has risen to $54,240 (currently about 376,000 yuan), Model 3 rose to $40,240 (currently about 279,000 yuan) and $53,240 (currently about 369,000 yuan).
In April of this year, Tesla just lowered the Model Y long-range version to $49,990, the Model Y high-performance version to $53,990, and the Model 3 rear-wheel drive version to $39,990.
Earlier on April 7, Tesla cut prices in the United States. Model 3 and Model Y cut prices by $1,000 and $2,000 respectively, and Model S and Model X cut prices by $5,000. The overall drop was between 2% and 6%. between. At the same time, Tesla also officially launched a lower-priced Model Y model in the United States, equipped with an AWD power system, starting at $49,990.
In fact, since last year, Tesla has launched a price war on a global scale. In the Chinese market, at the beginning of the year, Tesla made significant price adjustments to Model 3 and Model Y, with a drop of 20,000 to 48,000 yuan. The starting price of Model 3 dropped to 229,900 yuan. The drop was as high as 20%.
According to IT Home, Tesla delivered a total of 422,900 new cars in the first quarter of this year, a quarter-on-quarter increase of 4% and a year-on-year increase of 36%, setting a new record for single-quarter delivery.