Tesla removed the Model Y standard range from its website and stopped taking orders for it over the weekend. Last week, Tesla reduced the price of the Model Y standard range to $39,990, making it the second-cheapest vehicle sold by the automaker. Tesla only began selling the vehicle last month.
- Tesla removed the vehicle from both its U.S. and Canadian sites. In addition, the standard range vehicle isn't on Tesla's Model Y webpage, where customers can compare different versions of the car.
- In a Reddit post, a person that tried to order the vehicle said a Tesla service rep. responded, "we no longer offer the custom standard range RWD Model Y anymore."
- According to the post, the automaker will fulfill existing orders and sell its remaining inventory. Tesla has yet to comment officially.
- The Model Y standard range has an EPA-estimated range of 244 miles.