Tesla is now selling a $35,000 Standard range version of its Model 3 in the US, finally delivering on a promise it made more than two years ago.
With 220 miles of range, a 5.6 second 0–60mph and over-the-air updates, Model 3 Standard Range is now available to order at $35,000 before incentives.
Although lower in cost, it is built to achieve the same perfect 5-star safety rating as the longer-ranged version, which has the lowest probability of injury of any car ever tested by the U.S. government.
In addition, Tesla is also introducing Model 3 Standard Range Plus. For 6% more money, you get 9% more range, more power, and an upgraded interior.
Lastly, Tesla has lowered the base price of all Model 3, Model S and Model X trims, and updated the Autopilot packages to be even more compelling.
With today’s updates, Tesla has taken a significant step towards allowing everyone to buy a Tesla, and accelerating the transition to sustainable transportation.