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So buy used maybe? Great deals right now, older S's Model 3 and even Y's now under $40k used.Now let's imagine the demand for a sub $35k car. People want EV but they have to be more affordable.
Kinda tired of the "people want" argument.... go ask Lexus, BMW, MB etc. for a sub-$35k top tech EV then.
Tesla hasn't had the capacity for years now to keep up with demand for $40-60k vehicles, let alone anything cheaper and higher volume.
"At any rate, Tesla's average transaction price rose from $63,263 in January to $65,837 in February."
Tesla continues to raise prices as Musk warns about inflationary pressure. However, many other brands saw a larger average transaction price year over year.