When Motor Trend gained permission to create a photo session with the Model 3, the crew went to the site of future GIGAFACTORY 1, world’s largest battery manufacturing facility. The video we’re linking to contains a lot of details about the battery facility and the cars themselves, but this picture caught our attention as it demonstrates the difference in size between the three models: Tesla Model S is the base for size comparison: 4.97 meters long, 1.96 meters wide, and 1.44 meters tall (196″ x 77″ x 57″). Model X is 5.03 meters long, 2.00 meters wide and 1.68 meters tall (198″ x 79″ x 66″). On the other
The ‘great wait’ is over, as Tesla completed its strategy set all the way at the time when the ‘Tesla Motors’ was a small tent inside the SpaceX factory in Hawthorne, CA. The plan was always the same: S-E-X-Y. It all started with building a sports car (Roadster) that will pay for the development of a limo, build a limo (Model S) that will pay for the development of SUV (Model X) and a mainstream car, and build a mainstream car (Model E 3) that will bring e-mobility for masses. As we all know now, Model X was not a part of Tesla’s initial plans (that was the
Elon Musk recently posted on Twitter that the reservations for Model 3 will take place starting on March 31 in Tesla stores, and April 1 for online customers. Unlike all of its the previous models – Roadster, Model S, Model X – Model 3 will be launched on a global scale, with every market covered. If you are interested, you will need to put $1,000 down, and bear in mind that the delivery priority as always – will go to the customers who will order higher trim / spec car, as the sales develop. Perhaps the key part of Model 3 selling strategy is how Tesla Motors, Inc.