Tesla’s standard range Model Y, which was lowered by $2,000 just last week, has now disappeared entirely from Tesla’s official website in the United States. With the disappearance of the standard range version, Tesla has also lowered the price of the long range all-wheel drive version by $1,000 to $48,990.
Last month, Tesla released the standard range Model Y for $42,000, which had a range of 244 miles. Given that Musk once said that a range of less than 250 miles is unacceptable, this surprised many people. The rapid removal of the model from Tesla’s website has left many people confused.
🔗 Source: Tesla
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