Tesla raises prices
Suddenly cost up to 20,000 kroner.
While you sleep, the prices of the most popular Tesla models have increased.
The Model 3 Standard Range Plus and Long Range versions have increased by NOK 20,000 so that they now cost NOK 390,000 and NOK 470,000 before costs, respectively.
The 3 Performance Model, on the other hand, invested NOK 10,000 and now costs NOK 510,000 before costs.
We have received confirmation of a price increase from Tesla in Norway, which otherwise does not want to comment on the matter or answer why the prices are so high.
One possible explanation is the sharp rise in nickel prices as a result of the war in Ukraine. Nickel is a metal that plays a major role in the production of electric car batteries.
Location Electric It also indicates that both the Model 3 and the Model Y have seen price increases in the home market of the USA. Here in Norway, the Model Y so far appears to be shielded from the latest round of price increases.
As recently as May last year, the Model 3 Standard Range Plus, that is, the most affordable Tesla car with rear-wheel drive, cost 350,000 kroner. So, in October, its price rose to 370,000 kroner before last night it took a new step to 390,000 kroner.
at addition Costs, document fees and wreck filing for this model come in at about NOK 14,800 and send the total cost up to NOK 404,200.
When ordering, it is worth noting that 19″ tires are automatically added to your order, without updating the total price before payment. One can wonder if this is because the car could be delivered three months earlier, in November 2022, than if the cheapest alternative was chosen. However, these tires raise the total price to 417,800 NOK.
Tesla has previously blamed the Corona pandemic for increased costs, but Electric notes, among other things, that the company’s profit margins should have increased during this period. It is not known if this also applies to Tesla in Norway.
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