Tesla CEO has announced via Twitter that it’s much anticipated entry-level model, the Model 3, is going to be revealed in March.
Tesla’s CEO has announced via Twitter that it’s much anticipated entry-level model, the Model 3, is going to be revealed in March. It’s expected that the Model 3 will debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Following its debut in March, Tesla will start taking reorders for the Model 3.
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When the Model 3 arrives, in hopefully about two years, the Model 3 will have a driving range around 250 miles and Tesla is still looking at a target price near $35,000. Musk has stated in the past, “there is no agenda to sell to wealthy customers only.”
Once the Model 3 arrives, Tesla is also reportedly going to introduce a new crossover that will be based on the Model 3.