Delivery of Tesla’s Model 3 beginning on time?

Last Updated: October 20, 2016By Tags: , , ,

Delivery of the most expected vehicle lately, Tesla’s Model 3 will began on time, at the end of 2017, as it was announced. However, on the web page of the Silicon Valley’s producer, as of last weekend changes unveiled another story, causing doubts and question is it going to be delays.

As a matter of fact, the producers web page was stated that deliveries will began at the end of 2017, but then the formulation is changed into the wording indicates that production will start in the middle of 2017, and that delivery will be realized in about a year or even later, starting mid-2018.

In the official statement followed from the company upon the request of public, purchasers before all, Tesla Motors Inc. said buyers who place new orders for the Model 3 can expect to begin receiving deliveries as soon as mid-2018. “Production begins late 2017. Delivery estimate for new reservations is mid 2018 or later,” the Tesla announced on its website this week. Furthermore they are explaining: “Tuesday’s website update doesn’t reflect any change in our plans. We still plan to begin Model 3 deliveries in late 2017, and we adjusted the date on our marketing page to reflect more accurate timing for new/future reservation holders.”

Tesla scheduled unveiling a new product for Wednesday

Model 3 was firstly presented at an event at its design studio Hawthorne in California on March 31, with predicted price beginning at $35,000. After the government incentives for plug-in electric vehicles and extending the amounts in several countries, Tesla started planning the production for a larger market. In May, Tesla announced it had received about 373,000 pre-orders for the car.

Speculations about the Model 3 update were in the heyday at the beginning of the week, when analysts tried to predict what changes producer will present today. Analyst Ben Kalo said: “Possibilities include enhancements to the S/X, energy storage products, or showing of a different class of vehicle”. Other speculations are that Tesla may release an update to Autopilot, or disclose plans for a crossover version of the Model 3.

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