A couple of weeks ago, Elon Musk’s electric car company, Tesla, revealed a $3,000 guaranteed second hand price for a Model S sedan that had been sold for about $9,000.
Now the price of that car has skyrocketed by $10,000, but there’s a catch: The company doesn’t guarantee that the price will actually drop.
The car will go up to $15,000 if you want to buy it.
And it won’t drop below $15 on any other price, the company says.
If you want a Tesla that you can actually use and enjoy, you’ll have to shell out at least $3.99 for a used car, and that’s after a $1,000 deposit.
“We are not going to guarantee a price drop, because that would be crazy,” said Musk in a video posted on Twitter.
Musk also told Polygon that the Model S will get an optional secondhand paint job.
The company is offering the car for sale in California, California, and New York for $15K, $20K, and $25K, respectively.
The $10K deposit is a bit steep, considering the car’s sticker price of $14,700.
Tesla does not currently have a price for the car, but the company said that it will be released “soon.”
The new price may not be as high as the $15k sticker price, but it’s not quite as crazy as the previous price.
That car was only offered in California because Tesla is only allowed to sell in California and New Jersey.
Tesla sold 5,000 Model S sedans in New York and Connecticut, and only one in New Jersey, according to a news release.
The New Jersey DMV only sold 2,700 Model S cars in 2016.
It is not the first time that Musk has been forced to sell a used vehicle at a higher price than the original purchase price.
The Tesla Model 3 sedan, for instance, sold for $35,000 in California in 2018.
Musk’s $30,000 Tesla S is currently available for pre-order in California.
Musk was criticized in the past for raising prices of his vehicles.
In March 2017, Tesla started selling the $60,000 base Model S in California for $30K, but only for one year.
In 2017, Musk raised the price to $35K for a full year.
And in 2017, the price went up again to $60K for the same model.