Those anxiously waiting for more information on the high-performance Tesla Model 3 variants will have to wait just a few more days.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed the American automaker will enable orders next week for the dual motor, all-wheel-drive Model 3 variant along with a Performance model. Musk also said that production of those versions are expected to start in July, while air suspension won’t be added to the Model 3 until next year.
Currently, Tesla is only producing one version of the Model 3, which is rear-wheel drive, comes with the long-range battery, and the premium interior package. The goal was to limit the options available as Tesla ramps up production.
The other Model 3 variants will start arriving once the company reaches its target of 5,000 Model 3 units per week, which is expected to come in July. Specs and pricing information for the dual motor and Performance models should be announced next week.
Tesla will enable orders end of next week for dual motor AWD & performance. Starting production of those in July. Air suspension prob next year.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 11, 2018
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