Tesla Model E Could Launch in 2015, Cost $35K
The so-called Model E could be released in as little as a year and a half. This allegedly “entry-level” car is expected to feature a design that’s similar to the big-brother Model S.
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Not surprisingly this vehicle will probably have a smaller battery than its larger stable-mate. Despite the pint-sized pack it’s rumored the car will still manage to deliver a driving range of 199 miles (320 kilometers), which is nearly identical to the base version of the Model S.
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As for pricing the entry-level Tesla is estimated to cost around $35,000, though this is almost certainly a complete wild-a** guess. Likewise the car’s launch date is shrouded in mystery; the Model E could, possibly, maybe reach the market as early as 2015. Sorry about the wait, but even on earth Rome wasn’t built in a day.