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Tesla Model 3 Out On The Street

Tesla Model 3 Out On The Street

After Elon Musk revealed the upcoming Tesla Motors Model 3 previous year, a new video has been floating in the surfaced over the weekend. It is then going to enter production later the same year.

According to a report issued by the Autocar, the Tesla Model Y is going to be ready for public consumption by 2018.

With Model 3 deliveries slated to begin later this year, Tesla has no plans to let its industrial designers and engineers take a break.

Since it's based on the small pure-electric sedan's platform, the entry-level Model Y is certain to share its electric motors with the same 60kWh lithium ion battery packs as the sedan.

So far we've seen only concept versions of the Model 3, but this prototype looks pretty much identical to those concepts.


In terms of design, the Model 3 and Model Y are expected to belong to different categories - the Model 3 is a sedan, while the Model Y is expected to be crossover. The Model 3 in the clip seems to be a fully built prototype, lacking the camouflage we normally see on test cars.

According to the British mag, the new computer controlling the car's self-driving functions will be 40 times more powerful than the system that runs the current Tesla's driverless ability. It is projected that the Model Y might possibly the most successful vehicle that would come out from Tesla. Considering the Model Y had been scheduled to be released before either of the two truck models is an indication of the possibility of a rollout soon.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk will personally purchase $25 million in Tesla common stock as a part of the deal.

All visitors can see firsthand the U.S. carmaker's vehicle models, while those who make prior reservations will be given a chance to actually drive a Tesla auto, according to officials from Tesla Korea.


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