Tesla is now selling the Model S to US troops for $699 per unit, an American military spokesperson told the New York Times.
The price reflects the price of the base Model S battery, which is $1.4 million.
Tesla will also sell the Model X SUV for $5,800 per vehicle.
Tesla did not provide details on how many vehicles the deal will sell, and the price does not include incentives.
The deal with the US military was announced in December.
The news comes on the heels of a recent announcement from the US Air Force that it will sell the XSU to US soldiers for $6,900 per unit.
The Air Force plans to retire the last of the Xsuv’s 240kWh battery pack in 2021.