The idea of a cheap Tesla is long gone with Tesla introducing another price increase to its Australian EV line up.
Due to the combination of the lower Australian dollar and the ever reducing car market in Australia, Tesla has swiftly implemented both a reduction in its Australian model line up and a price increase.
Changes to Model Line Up
The entry level standard range for the Model S and Model X have both been removed for sale in Australia.
The Model 3 still offers 3 variants with the base model increasing by $6,000 to $73,900 + on road costs and taxes. The mid-spec Long Range variant has increased $2,600 to $91,612, but does get upgraded 19 inch wheels now as standard. The top of the range Performance model has also increased by $2,600 to $102,012.
The Model S Long Range has been increased by $8,800 to $147,512. While the Performance model has increased by just $2,600 to $167,012.
The Model X Long Range has the highest price increase going up by $14,300 to $165,712. The Performance Model X has increased $10,400 to $185,212.