The Model S is down five grand from $79,990 to $74,990, the Model 3 is two grand cheaper at $37,990, and the Model X SUV is down from $84,990 to $79,990. In China, Model 3s are locally produced, so pricing won’t change for this model, although imported Model S and Model X variants will drop by around 4%. However, the cloud inside this silver lining for American customers is a bit of a dark one. If you’re not yet a Tesla owner, then buying a Model S sedan or a Model X SUV won’t grant you free access to Tesla’s network of Supercharger quick-charging stations. At current demand levels, Tesla can’t afford more financial burdens, no matter how small.