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Tesla Model 3

Without a doubt it’s going to be good. When is it going to be good? Well, that’s a bit up in the air. Currently, Tesla states that it will arrive in mid 2018. Regardless, here’s what we should expect from Tesla’s entry level vehicle: it is expected to have a range of 215 miles, go 0 – 60 in under 6 seconds, seat 5, drive itself and cost $35,000 (before incentives). Worth the wait? Only time will tell.

  • EPA range: 215 miles
  • Base MSRP: 35,000
  • Estimated tax credit: 7,500
  • Body type: sedan
  • Seats: 5
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  • 0-60: 6 sec
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