Tesla Inc. TSLA is adding a wireless phone charger and USB-C ports to its Model 3 electric vehicles in the United States, Electrek reported Saturday.
The features were first available in the automaker's Model Y cars, and were added to the Chinese Model 3 made at the Shanghai gigafactory last month, as reported by Electrek.
All Model 3 cars made by Tesla at the Fremont Factory in California starting June 4 will have both the USB-C ports and the wireless phone charger, according to Drive Tesla Canada.
Tesla previously only sold a Qi wireless phone charger as an aftermarket upgrade for $125, and the USB-C ports weren't available for Model 3.
The Palo Alto-based company reduced prices of all its vehicles in North America by 6% last month, and made similar cuts in China, as it reels from the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Tesla Price Action
Tesla shares closed nearly 3.9% lower at $935.28 on Friday. The shares traded another 1.8% lower in the after-hours session at $918.55.
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