Tesla has not yet formally announced any changes Tesla is making with the Model 3 in 2023, but media outlets are reporting the new electric car is getting some upgrades. We are not expecting significant changes to the Tesla Model S in 2023, partly because at this point, Tesla has its hands full with the companys other vehicles coming to market — namely, its Cybertruck pickup truck and new Roadster sports car.
The Model X shares a platform and certain components with the Tesla Model S flagship. As a result, it is no surprise the current Model X is getting new standard safety features coming to the Model S, too. As it does with its other models, Tesla will produce the new 2023 Model X electric with no ultrasonic sensors.
The 2023 Tesla Model S is futuristic, frugal, spacious, and at times, slightly lacking the upscale trim that one would hope for from a car in this price range, whether gas-powered or electric. Even in its long-range guise, the Tesla Model S is nearly top-notch, with no trade-offs for range numbers. In addition to impressive horsepower and speed credentials for a new high-end model, Tesla says that the Plyde is able to deliver a driving range as high as 390 miles.
For 2021, Tesla is adding more performance chops to the Tesla Model S sedan. The new top-spec model, which will be called the Plaid, will boast 1,020 horsepower from its three onboard electric motors, and is said to have the ability to achieve zero-to-60-mph times in as little as 2.0 seconds.
The 2023 fully loaded Performance Model 3 from Tesla adds features such as lower suspension, premium 13-speaker audio, a carbon-fiber rear lip, and 20-inch alloy wheels that give the vehicle a far more aggressive appearance. The 2023 Tesla Model S is likely to offer the same trim levels that were offered in 2022. For customers looking to have their luxurious Tesla sedan covered by the most range possible, Tesla offers a long-range trim.
Given Teslas consistently increasing price trends in recent years, the 2023 Model S is likely to be priced higher than the 2022 Model S. The next Tesla Model S in 2023 is likely to begin around $100,000, and the highest trim levels will require about $140,000.
The MSRP for the Model 3a has been creeping up steadily, and it seems that the dream of a $35,000 Tesla is going to remain just that, a dream.a Whether Tesla does bring down prices in future years, the Model 3 is still among the lowest-priced electric cars per mile, and offers a lower overall cost of ownership (TCO) than many other cars. Always, according to Edmunds, aThe one thing Model 3 buyers are worried about is how itas priced over the past two years.
Tesla has raised prices on various models at various times, so itas hard to know what models are going to go up in price. It is not surprising that Model X is one of the worlds best-loved electric cars, and it is coming back for even more upgrades.