Tesla had sent out invitations to media outlets and all interested to come and witness as it unveils it’s Model 3 come March 31st this year 2016, This will be the company’s first mass-market vehicle.
The Company head boss Elon Musk had stated earlier that he hadn’t decided how much of the car to show at the event. This would be that production is expected to be until next year at the earliest. But the invitation might be that there are bunch of cara to be seen.
The Model 3 is a widely viewed make or break car in the general media which has so far focused on much more expensive models that only sold in tens of thousands which would be a very low percentage to the numbers of cars beings sold every year by other automakers. The Model 3 will this rely on Gigafactory to meet it’s battery needs which a massive facility labelled under construction in the Nevada desert that Tesla says will reach peak manufacturing might as of 2020. Either the Model S or X, both models night cost upwardly as much as $100,000, a Model 3 is expected to be around $35,000 which is quiet affordable to large extent.
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Tesla’s Hawthorne facility which sits adjacent to SpaceX headquarters isn’t a very large facility so it’ll be a thing of question to see yow much of people can they accommodate during the launching. According to a previous report, it was said other Tesla owners have received invitations to the event. Although projects like P85D and autopilot at the Hawthorne building had been unveiled to the general public so the recent is the unveiling of the Model X productions at it’s Fremont plant near San Francisco.