All variants of the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y are now $400 more expensive. It’s worth noting the company doesn’t publish list pricing that includes Luxury Car Tax, which means the price adjustments vary once you take this into account.
The 2023 Tesla Model 3 range now starts at $61,300 before on-roads for the RWD, and extends to $87,300 before on-roads for the Performance.
The 2023 Tesla Model Y on the other hand once again starts at $69,300 before on-roads for the RWD, and extends to $95,300 before on-roads for the Performance.
This isn’t the first time Tesla has incrementally upped the pricing of the Model 3 and Model Y after a price cut in Australia, as it did the exact same thing earlier in the year.
Tesla recently introduced the Model Y Long Range in Australia too. It’s now priced from $82,300 before on-road costs following the $400 price increase.
A report by Reuters quotes sources saying the updated crossover, codenamed Project Juniper internally, is expected to enter production in October 2024.
It’s unclear just what changes are coming to the crossover, though the Model 3 update – codenamed Project Highland – looks set to receive visual updates to its front and rear ends, among other tweaks.
- 2023 Tesla Model 3 RWD: $61,300 (+$400)
- 2023 Tesla Model 3 Long Range: $74,300 (+$400)
- 2023 Tesla Model 3 Performance: $87,300 (+$400)
- 2023 Tesla Model Y RWD: $69,300 (+$400)
- 2023 Tesla Model Y Long Range: $82,300 (+$400)
- 2023 Tesla Model Y Performance: $95,300 (+$400)
All prices are before on-road costs, order and delivery fees, and Luxury Car Tax if applicable.