Tesla Model 3 pre-orders expected to cross the magical 300,000 mark

Tesla Model 3

Model 3 is going to be the next iconic electric car in Tesla’s line-up of environmentally-friendly and stylish four wheelers. That fact is evident from the number of pre-orders Tesla has received for the Model 3 which got revealed as expected a few moths ago. Starting March 31st the number of pre-orders for Tesla Model 3 has touched 276,000 and with one more day left, one can expect it to cross the magical figure of 300,000. Now that is a huge number in just 4 days for an electric vehicle and it clearly shows the kind of name Tesla Motors has made for itself in the last few years. Carrying a price tag of $35,000 (almost half than the price of Model S) the Tesla Model 3 is going to be delivered by late 2017 or early 2018. The car is 20% smaller than Model S and it will go from 0-60 mph in less than 6 seconds.

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Tesla Model 3 will be able to go 215 miles on one charge with a seating capacity to accommodate five adults comfortably. Its USP is going to be the continuous glass pane which will give the passengers headroom and open view of the skies above. However, the buyer can choose from two other options of a fixed metal roof or fixed glass. There will be ample front and rear trunk space for storing cargo on your family trip.

The stunning electric car has an Aston Martin like door handles and the look of a roadster, a little bit of Model S and Model X. In a way it is going to be the most affordable electric car that looks absolutely amazing. Elon Musk has got this right and the next challenge is going to manufacture that number of Model 3 cars in the stipulated time frame.

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