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Tesla has announced that the price of its Model Y electric crossover will increase after changes to the rules for tax credits in the United States. The Model Y Long Range variant is up two percent, and the Performance variant is up 2.7 percent. Its information is given on the official website of the car brand. According to the report, this price increase was introduced due to increased demand and changes in US government regulations that make more variants of small SUVs ineligible for tax credits.
This SUV with a mileage of 30 km pl has become more expensive, the demand is not decreasing! 4000 units are sold every month
The maximum speed is 250 km per hour
Tesla Model Y electric SUV can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds. Talking about the range, it can travel 623 kilometers on a single charge. It can travel at a maximum speed of 250 km per hour. The Tesla Model Y received NHTSA 5-Star safety ratings for all safety categories and subcategories.
In 2022, Tesla’s sales will decrease significantly
Interestingly, three weeks ago, the automaker slashed the price of some variants of the Model Y, currently the brand’s best-selling EV, by around 20 percent. The price cuts were announced to boost demand amid declining Tesla sales amid increased competition. Let’s say Tesla’s sales drop significantly in 2022, and the company’s stock also drops significantly. The price drop also made several Model Y variants ineligible for EV tax credits under the US Inflation Reduction Act, which are available at least until March of this year.
Development of the EV industry
Additionally, the change comes after automakers lobbied the U.S. government to change the definition of a car to allow more expensive cars to qualify for the maximum credit. Tesla CEO Elon Musk and the company’s top executives met with US President Joe Biden last week to discuss various aspects of the EV industry and electrification.
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