The Tesla Model E is currently scheduled to make its official debut at the Detroit Auto Show, according to the brand’s chief designer.
The big reveal isn’t planned for a month’s time, however. Rather, Tesla is aiming for the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, which opens roughly 13 months from now.
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The Model E is gearing up to be the American electric automaker’s mass-market offering and is aiming to cost around $35,000 with an impressive range. In a recent interview, Tesla’s Chief Designer Franz von Holzhausen revealed that the Model E will make its debut “probably at the show in Detroit beginning in 2015.”
The designer also revealed that the Model E won’t just be “a small Model S,” as the brand doesn’t want to be like Audi. As for the Model X, the crossover is nearly ready as the brand is currently working on the last aerodynamic tweaks. Tesla is also working hard on a third-generation platform for its models.
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