Tesla Model 3 Buyers Have To Wait Till 2018?

Posted: Oct 6 2016, 3:04am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 6 2016, 3:13am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles


Tesla Model 3 Buyers Have to Wait Till 2018?

Tesla Model 3 fans will have to wait till 2018.

Tesla Model 3 is the most anticipated EV of the next year. Around 400,000 bookings of the car have been made at the Tesla Motors where buyers had paid $1000 in advance to get the car of their dreams.

We have been hearing various rumors about the car from various sources which are claiming the final date of release for the car. Tesla has announced that the deliveries of Tesla Model 3 will start in the year 2017.

But most of the clients will get their cars delivered in the year 2018, according to IBT. The Tesla Model 3 is supposed to be the cheapest and most popular car provided by the company. 

The Tesla Model 3 will be available for almost $50,178 for US citizens and for British citizens; it will be available for 30,000 pounds. The buyers of these cars will have to pay a little extra amount of money to pay for the dual motors, supercharger access and autopilot mode which will be available in market. 

The Tesla Model 3 is expected to go beyond 215 miles. They are aiming for the car to go by 250 miles for the range per charge. The special offer that is being given in the car is the placement of supercharger which will make charging easy anywhere.

The facility of Supercharger will be available to those who will pay an extra amount along with the base price for car. It is going to be an elegant but smaller car as compared to Tesla Model S.

The new lithium ion battery that is being used in the car will be denser than ever. It will have an exceptionally great cooling system that is great for improving the efficiency of batteries used in car. The battery is going to make the Tesla cars travel further than ever in a single charge. 

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