The CEO of Tesla lately announced the attribute of a high-performance upgrade for the Model 3 of Tesla, the new electric cars that got mentioned on Saturday night, in a series of Tweets, along with one version, which doubles more than that the cost of sedan. Elon Musk declared two new versions of these Model 3 electric cars, both having dual motors. The performance version will worth approx $78,000 and will be sporting a top speed of 155mph, and move from 0-60 in 3.5 secs. The dual motor means one is optimized for range and the other for power, as tweeted in Twitter.
Tesla’s chief executive compared the geared-up model to the high-performance of BMW’s M3 that costs around $67,000. Musk tweeted that almost identical to M3 of BMW, but 15% faster along with better handling. It’s going to beat anything in its grade. The dual-motor regulator version will have a high-speed of 140mph, and hit 0-60 in 4.5 secs, integrating $5,000 to the base price that’s $35,000. The Model 3 was premeditated to be the first affordable of Tesla’s mass market sedan.
The extent of both all-wheel drive, dual-motor versions will be almost same as the latest Model 3; around 310 miles/charge. Musk also tweeted that the Tesla AWD is a dual motor car, so one can fully drive the car in one breaks as well. On Sunday Musk tweeted that deliveries will turn up in July. Musk even announced a new service program, where owners of Tesla can request a service for their car through a mobile application. They don’t need to bring the car by themselves and includes zero paperwork, as tweeted by Musk.
The Model 3 has been bugged by production delays, and previous week a report stated that the car maker would wind up production again later during this summer, to upgrading its production line for its aim of making 5,000 cars each week. Goldman Sachs analysts stated on Thursday, Tesla would require almost $10.5 billion in raw capital through 2020 so that it can meet its own targets.
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