Tesla raised the prices of all its cars

Tesla raised the prices of all its cars

Tesla has raised prices on all of its electric car models due to supply chain disruptions. The price of Model X electric cars rose by $6,000 to $120,990. The cost of the Model S went up from $62,990 to $65,990.

It is noted that this is not the first price increase for electric cars Tesla in 2022, since January the price of the most budget Model 3 has gone up by $10 thousand. The current rise in price is associated with a violation of supply chains, as well as rising prices for raw materials, particularly aluminum, used in manufacturing cars.

Elon Musk reported a “very bad feeling about the U.S. economy” and warned of his intention to “cut about 10% of employees” as well as “suspend hiring around the world.” Speaking at the All-in Summit technology conference in Miami in mid-May, Musk said that the United States economy was in a recession and would be out of it in at least a year.