Tesla Model 3 Release Date, News & Update: New Autopilot Mid-December Launch! Acquires Grohmann Engineering for Mass-Production! 2019 Launch for Impressive Features?
Several fans are already expecting that the Tesla Model 3 will be having an improved Autopilot feature by the time it will be launched. Fans started their expectations after reports claim that the Tesla Motors CEO, Elon Musk, stated that the Model X and Model S will be getting a new Autopilot feature this coming mid-December.
Critics also say that the Tesla Model 3 will be getting advanced features that might change the automotive world. According to a report from Clean Technica, another innovation for the Tesla Motor 3 is a large rear window that will be extended forward to its pillar "B." This will eliminate the structural beam above the heads of rear seat passengers.
The Tesla Model 3 new rear window will increase seat headroom and it also reduces complexity of the design. The Model 3 window also creates a big hole in the EV's design. A hole located suitably to allow robots an unobstructed reach into the Tesla Model 3 interior parts for installing carpets, wiring harnesses, sensors, seats and many more.
According to a report from Elektrek, fans might wait a little longer for the Tesla Model 3 arrival. Reports say that the electronic vehicle might not arrive until the very end of 2018. Some say that Tesla Motors is having trouble manufacturing several cars.
The company needs to start mass production of cars as soon as possible so that they can fulfil the Tesla Model 3 pre-orders. But, in order to do that, Tesla Motors acquired the Germany's Grohmann Engineering to assist the progress of its automated manufacturing systems.
Tesla Motors is plans to manufacture 500,000 electronic cars annually starting in 2018 right after the Tesla Model 3 becomes available. Several reports claim that the Tesla Model 3 is also the cheapest car in the company's roster priced at $35,000 before incentives. Stay tuned to GameNGuide to know the latest news and updates about Tesla Model 3.