New Tesla Model 3 was released on 31st March, 2016.
Few people know Tesla CEO Elon Musk has finally given the world its first look at the new Tesla Model 3 electric car. First cars are due in 2017. Tesla Model 3 combines real world range, performance, safety and spaciousness into a premium sedan that only Tesla can build. Tesla’s most affordable car yet, Model 3 achieves 215 miles of range per charge while starting at only $35,000. Model 3 is designed to attain the highest safety ratings in every category.
The Tesla Model 3 is finally out in the open almost two years after the name of Tesla’s compact executive car was first announced. The new Model 3 made its world debut in front of an invited crowd of Tesla owners, potential buyers and journalists at the the SpaceX headquarters in Los Angeles, California.
Tesla’s CEO and founder, Elon Musk, took the stage before introducing the crowd and the watching world to the new Tesla Model 3 – the low-priced, mass-market electric car that Tesla hopes will take it into the big leagues of global automotive manufacturing.
The price for the Tesla Model 3 will start at $ 35,000. Production will begin next year and the first deliveries will be expected in 2018. Few people know until now the company has already registered 115,000 preorders. Since for the preorder is needed a sum of $ 1,000, Tesla has already secured a substantial capital for Model 3. Each person can pre-order only 2 cars.
Tesla Model 3 will have the following characteristics:
– Will be able to transport 5 people
– Will have a glass ceiling
– Storage in both the trunk and under the hood
– Hardware to autonomously drive
– 17-inch portrait screen sat on Tesla S-type was replaced with a 15-inch landscape screen
– Tesla Model 3 will reach 100km / h within 6 seconds, Elon Musk saying in the past that “Tesla doesn’t make slow cars”
Given the price of 35,000 dollars, the opening customers for electric cars, but also the success enjoyed by Tesla S Tesla model X (despite the high price), Tesla Model 3 seems to be the recipe for success.
Few people know the Tesla Model 3 has been part of Musk’s plan since the company’s inception. In 2006, Tesla published what Musk refers to as the “Secret Master Plan”. Step one: The Tesla Roadster, an expensive low-volume car intended to show the world that electric vehicles could be compelling. Step two: The Model S, a mid-production, not-quite-so-expensive car that would show the world how practical, useful, and downright good an electric car could be. (As for the Model X SUV, Musk regards that as step two-and-a-half.)
And now we have Step Three: An affordable mass-market electric car in the guise of the Tesla Model 3. If you want to watch the Model 3 unveil click here. Be curious! Be smart!