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Tesla suddenly raises Model S and Model X prices in Europe

Strong overall increase

7w ago

The rates charged by Tesla are as unpredictable as the stock market! After a recent drop in prices on the Model S and Model X, the Californian brand has simply re-inflated the prices of these two vehicles quite generously.

It will thus cost an additional €5,000 (£4,460/$5,960) in France, Germany and the UK to buy a Model S or a Model X. For example, the basic price of the saloon in Germany will increase from €76,990 (£68,660/$91,700) to €81,990 (£73,100/$97,700), which is a rather excessive price increase.

Among our Spanish friends, the increase is more moderate with a bill of €2,000 (£2,380/$1,780). In any case, these price increases are more than incomprehensible. In fact, Tesla had recently lowered prices to make the Model S and Model X, which are losing momentum in Europe, more attractive again.

You might then say that the American manufacturer has undoubtedly added equipment or even increased the range of its two models. This is absolutely not the case and the brand offers no explanation for this sudden price surge.

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Comments (6)

  • Hopefully this will stop people buying them.

      1 month ago
  • Why? Profiteering?

      1 month ago
  • Maybe he can’t meet demand, so he’s increasing prices to reduce sales while still maintaining profits.

      1 month ago
  • They are too big for european roads and parking spaces!

      1 month ago
  • Too much competition in the US so they have to make up for the difference on the bottom line. Bidness, yo.

      1 month ago