Tesla Model 3 To Sport Next-Gen 100D Battery Pack

Posted: Sep 23 2016, 12:51pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 24 2016, 2:43am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

Tesla Model 3 to Sport Next-Gen 100D Battery Pack
  • Tesla Model 3 Release and Battery Updates
 

Tesla Model 3 was ordered by 150,000 customers in the first 24 hours after it was available for pre-orders and it might sport an enhanced battery codenamed 100D.

Elon Musk is making sure that the Tesla Model 3 is a great success for the company. He has a number in mind, which is 500,000. He is thinking to sell this many Tesla Model 3 to the customers. With the number of bookings made in mere 24 hours, it looks like that this number could be achieved pretty easily. 

Tesla motors will introduce the Autopilot v8.0 system in this new Tesla Model 3. The updated autopilot mode will make Tesla Model 3 more safe and easy to drive. The autopilot mode in this update is supposed to provide more control and comfort for the passengers on board.

After the Auto pilot incidents in the last few months, it was Tesla’s only choice to make the system better. It looks like they have found the better version at last. It is the first major update since the introduction of auto pilot mode by car maker in year 2014. 

The Tesla Model 3 will feature new concepts such as super charging as well. The car’s base price is set to be just $35,000 which is the lowest for any autonomous car. It is also being rumored that this new Tesla 3 is off to get a new generation battery pack which is codenamed 100D, according to Mobilenapps

It is said that this new set of batteries will overall improve the performance of Tesla cars. Tesla has claimed earlier that the Tesla Model 3 will be delivered from the mid of year 2017.

The high demand of cars of this model say otherwise. A recent poll by GreenCarReports about the expectation of release date revealed that most people think that it will be delivered by the mid of year 2018. 

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