By Autogos Team
The Tesla Model 3 is the most affordable model, starting at $43,990 with an estimated driving range of 267 miles.
The Model S is more expensive, with a Long Range variant priced at $96,380 and an estimated range of 405 miles.
The Model X SUV is the most expensive Tesla, with a Long Range model priced at $111,380 and an estimated range of 332 miles.
The Model Y, Tesla's compact SUV, starts at $56,380 and has an estimated driving range of 330 miles.
The new Tesla Roadster will start at around $200,000 and have a driving range of 620 miles.
Tesla changes its prices and trim levels often, but the article provides a reference for the costs of buying a new Tesla as of February 2023.
The Long Range and Plaid variants of the Model S and Model X have seen recent price reductions.
The Model 3 Standard Range Plus now qualifies for the Federal EV tax credit for up to a $7,500 rebate.
The Model Y comes standard with five seats, with the option to add a third-row bench for an extra $3,000.