Want Tesla’s Entry-Level “Off-Menu” Model 3? It Just Got More Expensive (But Not By Much – Here’s Why)

Yesterday, Tesla increased the prices of its Model 3 range. This price increase also affected the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range, a car which Tesla has worked hard to bring to market at the promised $35,000 price tag.

Now it’s more expensive — but don’t worry, it’s not by much.

Why the price increase? And why is it so small? We think we have an answer.

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PLEASE NOTE: The video was recorded yesterday with the intention of publishing the same day. Due to circumstances beyond our control, it has been edited and published a day later than planned .

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