Yesterday, Tesla Motors announced Model X pricing on the Chinese market.
Model X deliveries are expected to begin in China in the second quarter of 2016 and here is the pricing:
- P90D Signature (Limited Edition) – 1,479,500 yuan (around $224,887)
- 90D standard from 961,000 to 1,171,800 yuan ($146,074 – $178,116) – we believe that P90D is in the higher part of this pricing bracket.
Looking at these figures, it is easy to see the effect of not having local production with a partner can really hurt sales in the country.
In China, Tesla listed only 90D and P90D versions on its website, while in the U.S. you can order the 70D base version. There is no open design studio yet for Model X, like in case of Model S, so we can’t compare detailed pricing yet.
Anyways, relative prices in China are way higher than in the U.S. thanks to to cost to import the model. In the US, the 90D starts approximately $50,000 lower.
Source: Tesla Motors Club Forum