Monday, April 11, 2016
I have been eagerly anticipating the release of Tesla's "mass-market" sedan, the Model 3. It is slated to start around $35,000 and most are expected to sell in the $40,000-$50,000 range including upgrades. That compares very favorably to the approximately $100,000 range that the current Tesla models sell for. Electric cars are definitely the future, given that fossil fuels are a limited, nonrenewable resource.
The car is very attractive, sleek and impressive, like the rest of the Tesla line. The performance is definitely going to be lower than the current Model S, but it is expected that the battery should last 200 miles per charge, which is awesome. Speed and performance will likely be good as well. If you haven't already put in your pre-order, then you probably won't be getting one of these until 2018, unless you buy off the gray market!