Two weeks ago Tesla announced a second hand deal with the Chinese car maker, which would give them a guarantee on the price of their cars.
However, it was later revealed that the deal would not be offered as a guarantee for first-hand cars.
The deal with China would allow Tesla to offer the second hand models for a lower price than a car sold directly from China.
Tesla has previously said it was only interested in the sale of second- and third-hand vehicles and not of any “bundled” vehicles, meaning they would be bought and sold individually.
However, the offer from Tesla has now been withdrawn, according to Chinese media.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed to the Financial Times that the second-honest car would be offered for a price of €1,600, but has not specified a specific price.
The price could be higher depending on the specific car and its location.
It was originally reported by The Verge that the Chinese company had offered the price as a “guarantor”, which is an offer that can only be made if the car is guaranteed.
However it was revealed that Tesla’s Chinese sales force, Tesla Motors’ Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Wang Zheng, said that there was no guarantee for a guaranteed price.
According to Tesla’s official website, the guaranteed price for a second-and third-hanged car in China is €1.7 million (US$1.9 million).
The guaranteed price of a first-hanging car in India is between $2,500 and $3,000, while the price for second-wheeled cars in Japan is around $1,000.
The price for the guarantee of second and third hand cars in China would vary according to location and state, according, for instance, from €1 million in China to €2.4 million in India.
However Tesla has also been quoted as saying that the guarantee would not extend beyond the first year of ownership.
“The guarantee for cars sold on Tesla’s platform in China will not extend further than the first two years of ownership,” it added.
According the article, Tesla has a number of deals with other car manufacturers, including Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar Land Rover, and BMW.
The article has not been independently verified.