Tesla will cut the price of its domestic models by 20% next year? Official: I haven’t heard about it.

It was recently reported that the price of the Tesla Model 3, made at its Shanghai plant in China, would be cut by 20% next year. In response to this matter, the Beijing News reporter like Tesla China verified, received a reply is “not heard of this matter, please pay attention to the official website news.” At present, the Model 3 standard battery life upgrade is the first to be put into production in China, because the supplier son-in-class motor, the domestic Model 3 standard battery life nEDC range is 445km and 455k, respectively.

In addition, the most obvious distinction between the appearance of the new car and the imported version is the addition of the Chinese “Tesla” logo to the tail.

Tesla will cut the price of its domestic models by 20% next year? Official: I haven't heard about it.

It should be noted that On October 25th Tesla adjusted the price of the domestic version of the Model 3 from 32.8 million yuan to 355,800 yuan, an increase of 278,000 yuan. The new car comes standard with ap (the basic version of the assisted driving feature is worth $278,000), which was not previously available.

December 6, Tesla (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Tesla brand TSL7000BEVAR0 pure electric car was selected in the 11th batch of 2019 “new energy vehicle promotion and application recommended model catalog”, that is, the domestic Tesla Model 3 will enjoy the national new energy vehicle subsidy, calculated domestic Model can be calculated The amount of the subsidy is 24,750 yuan.

Although the official denied the domestic Model 3 price reduction of 20% of the news, but considering the domestic cost is lower, do not rule out the domestic Model 3 will be followed by the official price reduction. It is reported that the new car will be delivered on a small scale by the end of the year, starting in the first quarter of 2020.

Tesla will cut the price of its domestic models by 20% next year? Official: I haven't heard about it.

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