Tesla is once again taking orders for the long-range version of its Model 3 sedan, which is the most popular electric passenger car in the U.S. by a wide margin.
The option for the Model 3 Long Range returned to Tesla's online order page late Tuesday after it was temporarily discontinued in August last year. It sits between the base Model 3 and the Performance trim level.
"Waitlist is too long," Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter on Aug. 12 in response to a question about why the Long Range had disappeared. "Will enable again as we ramp production," he said.
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The big-battery sedan will go an estimated 325 miles on a single charge, according to Tesla, and is available for delivery in June. The starting price is $48,880 with shipping. The trim level comes standard with all-wheel drive.