The Tesla Model 3 won’t be fully revealed when the first pictures are shared in March.
The upcoming affordable electric car is rumored to have at least a 250-mile range and will be priced to be competitive with the Chevrolet Bolt at around $35,000. We’ll get our first look at the Model 3 when Tesla hosts a reveal event in late March, but CEO Elon Musk has confirmed that not everything will be revealed then.
“The first pictures of the Model 3 will be end of March,” said Musk. “I am being a little coy here, we are not gonna show everything about the Model 3 until a lot closer to production time.”
The Tesla Model 3 is expected to go into production in 2017, so we could be looking at a staggered unveiling, similar to what Tesla did for the Model X crossover. It is likely that a pre-production prototype will be shown off in March but at the very least, we should find out some technical details for the sedan.
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