Tesla Model 3 Release Date, News & Updates: Electronic Car Arriving in Asia Before Launching in America? Impressive Specs & Features Revealed

By Maui , Updated Sep 29, 2016 08:25 AM EDT
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The much-anticipated Tesla Model 3 is expected to be available next year in North America. However, according to reports, Asia will be the first one to witness the electronic car as Tesla Model 3 is said to be released earlier in the area.

According to Auto World News, it was first thought that the Tesla Model 3 will be first delivered in North America and, then, in Asia. But, now, they have come up with a possibility of an earlier release in Asia than in other places. Asia might get their hands first of Tesla Model 3 if the production in the region will be completed first.

There are already around 400,000 pre-released order made for the upcoming Tesla Model 3. It said to be available around $36,000 and it will be delivered by batches. The production of the Tesla Model 3 will soon start next year some time in July.

In an article by The Week UK, Tesla is eyeing on producing the upcoming Tesla Model 3 in significantly large numbers than the previous models. The company is also set to make the Tesla Model 3 the cheapest yet the most popular car in the upcoming years.

When it comes to the interior design of the Tesla Model 3, it is said to be very spacious, comfy and techie as well; in fact, there are already some photos leaked online in Reddit. The Tesla Model 3 also flaunts a large floating screen instead of the tablet featured on Tesla Model S. Digital Trends added the Tesla Model 3 will have a "Camper Mode" where the seats can be folded and transform into a tent.

Before the "Tesla Model 3" craze, the success of Tesla had started during the release of their first car released back in 2008, which is the Tesla Roadster. It is said to be a low volume, high cost electronic vehicle that was used to fund the production of another car project, the Tesla Model S.

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