If you were getting ready to buy a Tesla, we have some not so great news today, since Tesla has raised the pricing on some of its models.

Starting with the Model S Plaid Plus, it now starts at $149,990 before the destination charge, which is a $10,000 price increase. If you can still afford that, you’ll love the 520 mile driving range, 200 mph top speed and 0-60 mph time of less than 1.99 seconds.

At the other end of the lineup, both the Model 3 and Model Y have received price increases. The cheapest Model 3, is the Standard Range Plus version that now starts at $37,490, an increase of $500. The Model 3 Long Range also gets a $500 increase and now starts at $46,490. The Model 3 Performance doesn’t get a price increase and start costs $55,990.

The base Model Y now starts at $49,990, plus the $1,200 destination charge, which is a $1,000 increase.

This is all getting a bit confusing, since last month the Model 3 and Model Y both got price cuts.

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