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A drivers uses a Tesla Supercharging station in Corte Madera, California, US, on Thursday, March 2, 2023.
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Tesla cut prices on its two most expensive models in the U.S., the Model S and Model X, in a renewed bid to stoke demand for its cars with aggressive discounts.

The Tesla Model S now starts at $89,990, according to Tesla’s website, down around 5% from where they were priced previously. The Model X, meanwhile, starts at $99,990, which marks a 9% reduction.

For the high-end “Plaid” versions of the Model S and Model X, car buyers can now expect to pay $109,990. That’s down 4% for the Model S Plaid, and 8% for the Model X Plaid.

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