Tesla Model three release date ultimately exposed as electrical car hard announces launch date
Tesla Model three will launch later this month
Tesla’s very anticipated Model three ultimately has a release date.
The fresh electrical car will officially launch on July 28th with around thirty customers expected to take delivery of the state-of-the-art vehicle.
Tesla says that production will then be ramped up with over 1,500 Model three cars being shipped by September.
Exposing the news on his Twitter account, Elon Musk said: “Handover party for very first thirty customer Model Trio’s on the 28th!
“Production grows exponentially, so Aug should be one hundred cars and Sept above 1,500.”
Albeit, until now, there’s been no official launch date, more than 400,000 people have already pledged to buy the car, putting down a £1,000 reservation deposit.
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That`s a staggering number – especially since none of these customers have seen the person, let alone had the chance to drive it.
It`s an unprecedented way for people to buy car. But that is a key component to the appeal of Tesla, which generates an Apple-level following for its brand.
The aim for Tesla is now to produce up to Ten,000 cars per week by two thousand eighteen so it can keep up with the unprecedented request.
The Model three starts from $35,000 and can speed from 0-60 in under six seconds.
It’s also capable of driving for over two hundred miles on a single charge has seats for five adults and has been designed to achieve 5-Star Safety Rating.
Tesla says the Model three is smaller, simpler, and will come with far fewer options than Model S, but it makes driving feel effortless and offers a good range of at least two hundred fifteen miles for our commencing model.
Every Tesla vehicle including the Model three comes standard with utter self-driving hardware which, through over-the-air software upgrades, will enable a Tesla to be substantially safer than a human driver.
Tesla will soon be suggesting test-drives of the fresh Model – but only for those who have reserved one of the vehicles.
This sweetener will hopefully sate the loyal Tesla fanbase who put down money in faith.
It is believed these test-drives will not be suggested to the general public as request is presently too high to make this manageable or feasible.