Tesla hikes China-made Model Y price again — by more than $2,000


Customers experience new energy electric vehicles at a Tesla store in Shanghai, China, On December 4, 2021.

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Tesla raised the price for its cheapest Model Y car in China by 15,060 yuan ($2,372) on Thursday, following two consecutive price hikes for more expensive versions in just over a week.

The standard China-made Model Y now costs 316,900 yuan ($49,932), up from the previous 301,840 yuan ($47,559) on Tuesday, according to data tracked by CNBC. While the cheapest model had remained the same price since January, Tesla recently raised prices for the long-range and performance versions.

The performance Model Y has seen its price rise by 7.7%…


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