Tesla Model 3 News

By Brad Berman ·
June 10, 2016

Model 3 Owners Will Pay for Access to Tesla Superchargers

Elon Musk, Tesla's chief executive, announced at a shareholder meeting last week that Model 3 owners will be required to pay to access the company’s Supercharger network. For the Model 3 to succeed in the long run, Tesla needs to slice off as much starting cost from the car as possible without compromising the brand’s luxury credentials.

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By Brad Berman ·
April 21, 2016

Most Model 3 Buyers Will Not Get $7,500 Tax Credit

The response to the launch of the Tesla Model 3 earlier this month exceeded all expectations. Pre-orders are approaching 400,000 units. As a result, it’s likely that the vast majority of Model 3 buyers will not benefit from the $7,500 federal tax credit, which phases out after a manufacturer sells 200,000 electric cars.

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By Brad Berman ·
April 06, 2016

Tesla Reveals Model 3 and the Countdown Begins

The unveiling of the Tesla Model 3 last week was one of the most anticipated electric car events in many years. For about a decade, the affordable long-range Model 3 has been the lynchpin in Tesla’s plan to expand sales beyond the luxury car market.

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By Brad Berman ·
February 26, 2016

What to Expect from Tesla Model 3 Unveiling Next Month

In about a month, Tesla will show the world its pivotal Model 3 all-electric car. It’s the culmination of a decade of design and technology development—all focused on elevating Tesla from a maker of expensive niche luxury vehicles to a legitimate player in the mainstream auto industry.

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By Brad Berman ·
June 25, 2015

Tesla and GM Square Off on Race for 200-Mile EV

The once feverish news cycle for stories about electric cars has mostly subsided. But that’s starting to change with an emerging high-profile race for the first relatively affordable EV with 200 miles of driving range. The competition will pit old-school General Motors (and its Chevy Bolt) against iconoclastic Tesla (and the Model 3).

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By Brad Berman ·
May 08, 2015

Tesla Hints at “Late 2017” Production Date for $35k Model 3

Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief executive, was not very precise this week when he talked about production timing for the Model 3, the company’s planned $35,000 200-mile electric car. "We are hoping to show the Model 3 in March of next year,” said Musk. He quickly added, “Don’t super-hold me to that month. That’s our aspiration.” Production dates for the Tesla Model X have repeated been delayed.

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