Those poring over the Tesla Model 3 configurator will see a subtle change to the dual-motor version of the electric car.

According to the Tesla online configurator, the dual-motor Model 3 now costs $1,000 more at $54,000. The car previously rang in at $53,000. The dual-electric motor option provides the Model 3 with all-wheel drive and serves as the basis for the Model 3 Performance variant, which costs $64,000. Those who select the dual-motor AWD option will see an increased top speed to 145 mph, up from 140 mph, and 0-60 mph will happen 4.5 seconds compared to 5.1 seconds in the standard rear-wheel drive Long Range Model 3.

Interestingly, the dual-motor option was originally priced at $54,000 before Tesla reconfigured pricing and dropped it to $53,000.

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The recent change brings things back to the original price point; the change could be as Tesla works to squeeze every dollar out of the Model 3 as possible in a chase for profitability. CEO Elon Musk promised during the company’s second quarter earning’s call that the third quarter would produce a profit.

This bit of news was first reported by Electrek, a pro-Tesla publication that should usually be taken with a grain of salt, however this bit of intel comes from Tesla’s own website.

[Source: Electrek]