Many have been anxiously waiting to see what Tesla’s affordable all-electric sedan looks like and how it compares with rivals in the market. The company itself hasn’t confirmed much about this car aside from the fact that it’s going to cost over $30,000 making it more accessible to millions of people who don’t have the kind of cash you need to buy a Model S or Model X. The company is on track to unveil the Model 3 next month but it turns out that it won’t properly unveil the new sedan.
According to a new report Tesla is going to reveal more details about the Model 3 closer to its sale date which is pegged for 2017, and that it will only show the first pictures of the Model 3 next month.
At an event in France Tesla CEO Elon Musk said: “I am being a little coy here, we are not gonna show everything about the Model 3 until a lot closer to production time.”
Basically what this means is that Tesla is only going to show off the design of the Model 3 next month, we’ll have to wait for a year for the full specifications, which is undoubtedly what many are more interested in ever since Chevrolet unveiled its Model 3 competitor.
Tesla has promised though that the Model 3 is going to deliver a range of about 200 miles on a single charge and performance that’s similar to the Model S all for a price that’s about $35,000.