The Tesla Model 3 unveiling is just around the corner and fans, enthusiasts and prospective customers all around the world are waiting with bated breath for the event to unfold. There’s not a whole lot of concrete information about the Model 3 and Tesla has been extremely secretive about their newest product. We’ve gathered all the information that we could about the upcoming Tesla car and this is what we know.
Tesla Model 3 Price:
Model 3 will be priced around half the price of the 2nd Generation Model S. This puts the expected price of the Model 3 around $35,000. Affordable is a relative term amongst luxury cars but with the new Model 3, Tesla products will be more accessible to a larger section of the society. Tesla also hopes to keep the pricing consistent in other markets and in UK it will be around or under £30,000 and Elon Musk has confirmed this recently.
$35,000 will be starting price for the base variant before any optional equipment is selected. So one can expect an average sale price for a Model 3 to be around $40,000-$45000 consistent with the average sale price of a Model S which is around the $90,000 mark. Nevertheless, it will be a compelling electric vehicle and one that will continue to bring more sales and newer customers to Tesla.
Tesla Model 3 Design:
Elon Musk hasn’t confirmed what the car is going to look like. It will certainly be different than what we have currently available but we think Tesla might stick to something conservative to appeal to a wider audience. Tesla Model 3 will be different from the Model S, not just in terms of design but in terms of features as well. It won’t have all the bells and whistles but then again knowing Tesla they will have a few surprises up their sleeve.
Model 3 will have 3 horizontal lines of equal length to stylize it’s name on it’s badging. .
Tesla Model 3 Concept
Tesla Model 3 Range:
200 miles or 320kms on a single charge is what is expected of the Model 3 from a single charge. Elon Musk has confirmed that the base variant of the Model 3 will do a minimum of 200 miles on a single charge of its battery pack. Bigger batter packs should be available as optional equipment however, the 200 miles figure is based on the EPA cycle which is close to what most people get from their normal use. 200 miles is sufficient for most people for their day-to-day commutes and one looking forward to using their Model 3 for longer hauls can go for a larger battery pack.
Tesla Model 3 is expected to support supercharging and access to it’s growing network of charging stations worldwide. Tesla will continue adding more charging stations to their network which will make it more convenient to drive an electric car from this brand anywhere; atleast within the United States.
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