Tesla has announced it is to raise prices in the UK by 5% next year, to account for the post-Brexit fall in the value of sterling.
The EV giant says “currency fluctuations” are to blame for the hike, which will raise the price of the cheapest Model S Sedan by £3,000.
The vehicle, which is currently £58,900 will be £61,845, at the turn of the year (via Engadget).
So, if you’re thinking about buying a Tesla, head to your local showroom this week and save yourself three grand.
The firm does say used vehicles and those displayed in showrooms will not see a price increase.
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The price bump is the latest to hit British consumers and businesses since the vote to leave the EU on June 23.
The OnePlus 3 costs an extra £20, while the difference between the US and UK prices of the new MacBook Pro is now negligible.
Microsoft also announced it is hiking enterprise prices by 22% in the UK.
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