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Elon Musk reveals reduced price for Tesla Model Y in the United States

Elon Musk has recently announced that Tesla will be cutting the prices of the Model Y by $1,000 until the end of the month in an effort to boost sales during the winter months. This is not the first time Tesla has reduced prices in the past year due to lower demand for electric vehicles.

The price cut will only be available for the rear-wheel drive and long-range versions of the Model Y in the US, with discounted prices of $42,990 and $47,990, down from the original price. However, this is only a temporary discount as prices are set to go back up on March 1.

Tesla’s Model Y is its most popular model and accounted for a third of all electric vehicle sales in the US last year. But, Tesla faces challenges as it competes with other electric vehicle manufacturers, particularly from Chinese automaker BYD which recently overtook Tesla as the world’s top seller of electric vehicles.

In addition to facing competition from other EV manufacturers, Tesla is also preparing to ramp up production of a more affordable mass-market electric vehicle code-named “Redwood.” This comes after Elon Musk warned investors of a potential sales slowdown and informed Tesla workers that they can expect a difficult version of the company’s well-known “production hell.” With a push to make its cars cheaper and facing competitive threats, 2022 is a pivotal year for the automaker.

By Editor

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