Ford is raising the price of its new electric Mustang just days before the models go out and new orders come in.
The 2023 Mustang comes in a rear-wheel drive base model, starting at about $46,000.
The new price is about $3,000 more than last year's version, CNN reported.
Other higher-end models could cost as much as $70,000 but would feature state-of-the-art technology.
Features could include advanced driver assistance technology and an extended range battery pack allowing drivers to go around 290 miles before needing a charge.
Ford cites supply chain issues and ever-changing market conditions for its price hike.
Orders open soon for the new electric vehicles.