Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed the new Tesla Model 3 before a crowd of potential buyers, Tesla owners and members of the press. The event took place in Los Angeles, California, in the SpaceX headquarters. Britons can expect the first deliveries in 2017.
Tesla Mode 3 is a very anticipated mass-market, low-priced car. The starting price for UK customers is believed to be closer to £35k. The electric car will have as main rivals brands like BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-class, and Audi A-4.
The low emission and eco-friendly Tesla cars seem to be an option even for London cabs. The CEO Amer Hasan of the taxi booking service Minicabit announced that by 2020, a quarter of the fleet will be represented by low emission vehicles. The first step towards this goal was the introduction of several zero-emission Teslas Model S.
Britons who plan to purchase a Tesla Model 3 need to know that there are several destination charging and superchargers across the United Kingdom in London, Manchester, Warrington, Northampton, Birmingham, and so on.