There are a few different caveats here, but the good news is that Teslas might finally start to get cheaper. The Model S Plaid in particular is about to go onto the market. There is a delivery event for the Model S Plaid that is scheduled for June 10th.
New incentives could become law
These laws have not come to fruition yet, but buyers could get incentives in the form of federal tax credits that range from $7,500-$12,500. The amount of money depends on what conditions the car being sold has met. For example, EV’s built in the U.S could get a tax credit of $10,000. If the vehicle in question was also made by a union worker, then the amount of money increases to $12,500. There are a barrage of new incentives on the shelf that need to be passed into law now. This will make Tesla vehicles ridiculously cheap as the company is fully immerses itself into the economy segment.