As of June 2, 2023, thanks to some likely changes to the Model 3's previously

China-supplied batteries, the compact sedan now qualifies for the full $7,500 tax credit on all trims.

The all-wheel-drive-only Tesla Model S is significantly more expensive than the Model 3.

The Long Range variant, which travels an estimated 405 miles on a full charge, has already seen a decent price reduction from its most recent MSRP of $106,190, to $96,380.

 It reduced even further to a new starting MSRP of $91,380 including destination (which is not quite low enough of a total to qualify for the Inflation

Reduction Act's policy of tax credits). It now starts at $89,88 as of May 2023, including destination.

After the tri-motor Plaid variant saw its price hiked, first from $119,690 to $131,190 after the news dropped that

 Tesla won't make the 520-mile, higher-performance Plaid+ model, which CEO Elon Musk claimed is no longer necessary,