Tesla Model 3, reduced price to be included in the car incentives

Tesla Model 3, reduced price to be included in the car incentives

Tesla Model 3

The electric car market, at least in Italy, is strongly linked to the presence of purchase incentives, without which sales are clearly slowing down: in 2023 190 million euros were made available to incentivize the purchase of cars with CO2 emissions between 0 and 20 g per km, with a list price that does not exceed €42,700 including VAT and road clearance. Until a few hours ago this meant that none of the Tesla models were included in the incentives for 2023, a situation that however has changed in the last few hours: the price of the rear-wheel drive Tesla Model 3 has been revised and has dropped to €41,490, so as to allow access to incentives that can be worth up to €5,000 discount.

To return to the incentive threshold, you can choose between 2 specific configurations of Tesla Model 3:

Tesla Model 3 a rear-wheel drive in pastel black colour, with black interior and 18″ Aero wheels Rear-wheel drive Tesla Model 3 in pearl white micalised colour, with white or black and white interior, and 18″ Areo wheels

Choosing one of these two configurations , available on the Italian Tesla website in the section dedicated to vehicles ready for delivery , you can then access the incentives: in the event of a purchase without scrapping, the discount applied will be €3,000, while the figure rises to €5,000 if you have an old car to be scrapped together with the purchase of the new Tesla Model 3.

Furthermore, Tesla expects to have a good availability of cars in this configuration ready to be delivered by the end of March, a really important piece of information in a period in which we always hear about very long waiting times to receive your new car.

For the uninitiated, the rear-wheel drive Tesla Model 3 is equipped with a battery of 53 kWh enough to travel about 490 km on the WLTP cycle and is powered by a 283 horsepower electric motor sufficient to take the car from 0 to 100 km/h in just 6.1 seconds.