Price Gap Widens Between Tesla Model 3 And Model Y — Cybertruck Culprit?

Tesla’s Model Y has gotten pricier but the Model 3 more affordable.

That’s food for thought for buyers looking to buy an EV in the U.S.

The Model Y (non-inventory) had started at well below $50K in the U.S. It now starts at over $50K for orders and over $48K for new Model Ys in inventory (the latter are prices for inventory in Los Angeles).

A Tesla enthusiast account on X/Twitter noticed the change on Thursday when the company dropped the least expensive Model Y variant from its U.S. website.

as reported earlier this year.

Meanwhile, new Model 3s in inventory are slowly but

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