Tesla raised prices for its car models in the U.S. due to supply chain issues and rising costs of raw materials, according to Reuters.
The Model 3 Long Range saw a rise of $2,500.
Both Model Y versions went up with the Long Range by $3,000 and the Performance by $2,000.
The Long Range Model S price increased by $5,000.
The Model X experienced the most significant spike, with the Long Range going up by $6,000.
The automaker also delayed U.S. deliveries of some long-range models by up to a month.
CEO Elon Musk blamed lithium for the higher prices and has expressed interest in Tesla buying a mining company.
Layoffs at the company have also begun since Musk, citing a “super bad feeling” about the economy, said Tesla was considering cutting 10% of its workforce.