Elon Musk Claims the First Tesla Model 3 to be Finished By Friday

Elon Musk (the CEO of Tesla and Space-X if you live under a rock) recently tweeted out some new information concerning the Tesla Model 3.

In the tweet, he stated that the Model 3 passed all regulatory requirements for production two weeks ahead of schedule:

Shortly after, a new tweet followed. He talked about a handover party for first 30 Model 3 customers on the 28th of July:

Finally, in his third tweet, he simply stated they should be able to produce 20,000 Model 3’s per month by December:

The Tesla Model 3 is an Exciting New Vehicle

Here at CarsHeadline, we’re pretty excited for the release of the Model 3. For starters, it’s the first Tesla priced at a more achievable level for the average person. It’ll have a starting MSRP of $35,000 for an all-electric luxury vehicle – not bad.

The Tesla Model 3 also produces some rather impressive numbers. For starters, it’ll have a range of about 215 miles under 1 charge. Next, the 0-60 time will be under 6 seconds (our guess is about 5 and a half). On top of all of that, it’ll have seating for 5 adults and autopilot hardware.

Tesla Model 3 Exterior

Tesla is designing the Model 3 to obtain the highest safety ratings in every category. According to MotorTrend, the Tesla Model 3 will also feature a 15″ touchscreen. This is slightly smaller than that in the Model S’. Granted, 15″ but it is still a gigantic screen and nothing to look down at by any means.

Furthermore, the Model 3 will have about 14 cubic feet of storage space in the front and rear. This is significantly smaller than that in the Model S at 30 cubic feet. Compromises have to be made for such a smaller price tag.

We’ll know a lot more about the SUV in the following weeks. Hopefully, Tesla will be revealing more pictures and numbers on the Model 3 coming soon. We’ll just have to keep waiting and see what the company has in store for its newest model.

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