Tesla has again increased the price of Model 3 and Model Y cars sold in the United States, marking the fourth time such a thing has happened in as many months in 2021.

However, this round of increases does at least come with a minor change in the Model 3 interior.

According to Electrek, a new door trim is now available on new Model 3 orders, but there’s also a $1,000 price bump on some models, too.

  • Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus: price went from $37,990 to $38,490
  • Tesla Model 3 Long Range AWD: price went from $46,990 to $47,490
  • Tesla Model 3 Performance: price went from $55,990. to $56,990

It’s a similar story with the Model Y, although it doesn’t receive the same trim update afforded the Model 3. It does still see a price increase, however.

  • Tesla Model Y Long Range AWD: price went from $49,990 to $50,490

All this comes at a time where Tesla is also struggling to get cars into the hands of buyers, thought in part to be down to the current shortage of chips the world is dealing with right now.

Tesla isn’t the only company of Elon Musk’s that is making news right now. Musk has today been talking about how his Neuralink company has been able to teach a monkey to play Pong without a controller, too.

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