(Update: Added Model 3 Long Range price adjustment information)
Tesla Model 3 and Model Y have increased their prices in the US again.
The starting price of the Model Y Long Range was adjusted to $53,990, up $1,000 from the previous $52,990, according to information on Tesla's US website.
The Model Y Performance version price is unchanged and remains at $60,990.
Model 3 Long Range price was also adjusted to $49,990, up $1,000 from the previous $48,990.
It is worth noting that the expected delivery dates for the Model 3 and Model Y are no longer visible.
On June 10, Tesla raised the price of the Model Y Long Range by $500 in the US. On June 25, the company raised its price by another $500 with an estimated delivery data of September.
Earlier this week, Tesla's website showed an expected delivery date for the Model Y Long Range of October 2021, the first month of the fourth quarter.
The Model Y Performance was then clearly listed in the US and Canada with an expected delivery date of 7-11 weeks.
On July 8, Tesla's China website officially launched the lower-priced Model Y Standard Range, with deliveries expected to begin in August.
The model starts at RMB 276,000 ($42,650) after subsidies, down more than RMB 70,000 from the previous lowest-priced model at RMB 347,900. The lowest-priced Model Y was previously not eligible for China's state subsidy because it was priced above RMB 300,000.
Orders for the standard range version of the Model Y exceeded 10,000 on the first day of its launch and over 5,000 on the second day, lanjinger.com quoted a Tesla salesperson in Beijing as saying on July 12.