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Tesla has made a name for itself in the world of electric vehicles (EVs). The company that most people wrote off years ago has the rest of the industry playing defense. However, with Tesla’s success now, the company can afford to dabble in bulletproof low-res trucks and neck-snapping acceleration. Still, how much are the Tesla prices for 2022? 

How much is a 2022 Tesla Model 3?

The Tesla Model 3 is the cheapest EV in the lineup, but it isn’t Chevrolet Bolt affordable. According to TrueCar, the 2022 Tesla Model 3 has a starting price of $48,190. However, if you want a long-range car, you’ll have to spend a bit more. The Long Range has a starting price of $57,190. 

The Tesla Model 3 has some of the lowest of the Tesla prices for 2022.
A Tesla Model 3 | Tesla

Although, if you want silly acceleration, you’ll have to buy a Model 3 Performance. That EV will set you back a whopping $64,190. 

Tesla prices: how much is a 2022 Tesla Model Y?

The Tesla Model Y is the marque’s most affordable crossover, so if you want a Tesla with a bit of height, this might be the EV for you. However, it won’t come cheap, with a starting price of $64,190. Mind you, that is for the Long Range. If you want a Model Y Performance, you’ll be looking at a starting price of $69,190. 

How much is a 2022 Tesla Model S?

Tesla’s flagship sedan is a sought-after EV for just about anyone who wants to electrify. However, you’ll pay for that “S” badge, just like P100D shoppers before you. The Model S Long Range will set you back a starting price of (whew) $101,190.

The Tesla prices aren't that crazy, but the 2022 Tesla Model S is one of the most expensive.
A Tesla Model S | Tesla

Although, if you want the absolute fastest car in your neighborhood, maybe city, you’ll need a Model S Plaid. However, your Icarus-level aspirations will set you back at a starting price of $137,190. That’s a lot even considering Tesla prices, but the Model S Plaid might be worth it. 

Tesla prices: how much is a 2022 Tesla Model X?

The Model X is the most excessive member of the Tesla clan. You may have seen videos where the lumpy EV flaps its back doors and blinks its lights showing off its “celebration mode.” However, the car is much more than just pomp and circumstance. 

Despite the many redeeming features of the Tesla Model X, the price tag may require that you sit down. According to TrueCar, you are looking at a starting price of $116,190 for a Tesla Model X Long Range. However, if you want that silly Plaid performance, you’ll have to shell out Tesla prices of at least $140,190. 

When will you be able to buy a Cybertruck?

Some of the latest information surrounding Tesla’s perception-challenging pickup truck has deliveries delayed until 2024. That’s deliveries, mind you. If you want to reserve one now, you might not get a Telsa Cybertruck until 2027. However, when it arrives, it will undoubtedly be the kind of spectacle we’ve come to expect from Tesla. 

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