Tesla changed the price to two of their highest volume vehicles, Model 3 and Model Y.

Tesla dropped their Model 3 Standard Range+ by $1,000 and their Model Y Standard Range by $2,000. The Model 3 SR+ is now $36,990 and Model Y SR went from $42k to now $40k ($39,990)

The performance for both Model 3 and Y increased $1,000. Model 3 Performance starts at $59,990 and Model Y Performance is now $60k ($60,990).

What prompted this? Is it sluggish sales by the SR? Or the news of a possible tax credit halt sales momentum? Or is it the possibility of introducing the LR RWD for the Model Y?? (unlikely)