Tesla Model 3 is expected to hit Indian market later in 2017
Tesla Model 3 has been unveiled quite a few days ago, and the American automaker is yet to reveal several details about the car. But Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors has been updating the world about the bits and facts about Tesla Model 3 through his Twitter handle.
The latest information is the Tesla Model 3 will come with a performance driving mode. The performance mode will be optional package for the car although. The Tesla Model S and the Model X both comes with optional performance upgrades, which enable these cars to reach 0 – 100 kmph in 2.8 seconds and 3.2 seconds respectively. The standard variants of Model S and Model X reach 0 – 100 kmph in 3.1 seconds and 3.8 seconds respectively. The Tesla Model 3 gets dual powertrain options. The base variant will get a single motor RWD powertrain, while the top variant will get a dual motor AWD configuration. The base variant of Tesla Model 3 will offer 346 kmpl of cruising range with a single charge, and it can reach 0 – 100 kmph in 6 seconds.
Tesla will enter the Indian market with their Model 3. The car has already garnered more than 3 lakh bookings just after the unveiling few days ago. In India too several prominent personalities has showed interest about the car. The car can be booked online with an amount of $1000.
Tesla Model 3 received more than 325000 bookings within a week after unveiling
Tesla recently unveiled their youngest offering in form of Model 3. At the unveiling event the automaker showcased a matte black stealth like model. Now several days after the unveiling of the model the same matte black coloured Tesla Model 3 has been popped up in Declan O’Mahony’s Instagram account.
Tesla has been receiving booking for the Model 3 at a price of $1000, which is equivalent to INR. 66345. The American electric automaker also confirmed that they will bring the car to India. It will be priced at around INR. 23 lakh in the country, when it gets launched here in 2018. It is still unknown, whether Tesla will offer the matte black model to the customers, as the automaker didn’t reveal anything about the colour options to be offered. But, no matter what, the matte black Model 3 looks absolutely gorgeous. The Tesla Model 3 is going through some changes both at exterior and inside the cabin. The company is trying to make this car more practical and stylish.
The Tesla Model 3 will be offered in two different powertrain options. Powered by electric batteries only this car will be available in a single battery RWD and dual battery AWD configuration. The base variant will be powered by a 40/60 kWh single battery which will produce 300 hp peak power and cruise around 346 kilometers with fully charged battery. It will also be able to reach 0 – 100 kmph in 6 seconds with a top speed of 209 kmph. The top variant of Model 3 on the other hand will be available with a 70 kWh battery which will generate 370 hp peak power and will cruise around 450 kilometers with capability to reach 0 – 100 kmph in 4 seconds. The top speed for this car will be around 241 kmph.
Tesla hired Félix Godard, supposed to design the interior of Model 3
Tesla has created a strong ripple in the Indian market with their latest offering Model 3. The most affordable Tesla model has been unveiled few days ago, and it has garnered pretty much appreciation and attention across the world. It has already garnered more than 3.25 lakh bookings within a week of unveiling. Expected to roll out in 2018 the Tesla Model 3 will hit the Indian shores as well, as the American automaker has already confirmed. Recently, the Tesla Model 3 has been spotted in a video shoot in California alongside a Tesla Model S, which indicates the automaker is making a commercial for the car.
The Tesla Model 3 appears like a shrunken version of its bigger sibling Model S, as both the cars share similar design. The Model 3 gets some distinguishing feature although. It has no front grille. The headlamps come sporting complete LED. The nose tip sports the Tesla badge, and the car boasts dual sleek LED daytime running lights at both sides of the front bumper. The lower front fascia sports a sleek air intake albeit. The side profile gets a coupe roofline, sharp creases making the car aerodynamically efficient. The rear fascia gets C shaped LED taillamps.
The interior comes with a minimalist effect, as there is no control buttons or knobs visible at the centre console. The centre console gets one single tab like touchscreen display, from where every activity can be operated and detected as well. Meanwhile Tesla has hired Félix Godard, who designed the Porsche Mission E’s interior. It is expected that he will be assigned to design the final interior of the production spec Model 3.
Expect the Tesla to reach Indian shores in 2018
Tesla Motors unveiled their latest compact sedan Model 3 recently. The car will be launched in India as well. Although hybrid and electric cars are never known to be popular, but Tesla defies the myth. The Model 3 compact sedan has already garnered 3.25 lakh bookings. According to Tesla Motors this is the single biggest one week launch product ever in the world. Customers can book the Tesla Model 3 for $1000 from their official website, and the amount is equivalent to INR. 66435. The car will be priced around INR. 23 lakh in India, when it gets launched in here.
The Tesla Model 3 looks like a cropped version of the Model S. It sports almost similar design language. There is no grille at the front fascia, which is accompanied by stylish swept back headlamps, Tesla badge at the nose tip, sleek lower grille above the splitter, LED daytime running lights. The car looks sporty and it gets a coupe roofline. To make it stylish and aerodynamic Tesla incorporates some sharp and thin creases. The rear gets a wide spoiler; wrapping around taillights which get C shaped LED clusters. Expect the Model 3 to come bearing less features but more futuristic with comfortable welcoming interior. It will bear a spacecraft like interior with a large tablet like display at the centre console, which will allow the driver to control and see various things of the car.
It might bring a dynamic change in Indian electric automobile sector
Founded in 2003 California based electric automaker Tesla has made quite an impact on the world of electric vehicles. No wonder, being one of the pioneers in the segment the automaker is constantly trying to step on new soils. In India electric cars are not popular due to lack of awareness, affordability. But Tesla sees huge potential in the Indian market, which is why they are have confirmed the launch of their new five seater electric sedan Model 3 in Indian market.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has already confirmed that they will launch the newly unveiled Model 3 sedan in India, and the delivery for the Tesla Model 3 will begin by the end of 2017. Customers around the globe can book the car for an amount of $1000, which is equivalent to INR. 66435. Not only that, customers can cancel the booking at any time, and in that case they will receive the full refund of the amount.
For the Indian market the base variant of Model 3 would be priced at around INR. 23 lakh and the American automaker will set nationwide supercharger network for the customers. Now, before the automaker finally launches the car in India, let’s take a close look at it.
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Back in December, the founder of Tesla Motors, Elon Musk tweeted that the company was working on a new type of charger that moves away from the wall and automatically connects to the car like a solid metal snake. At that time, very few people believed that they were actually going to do it.
Now Tesla Motors has tweeted that they have indeed created such a charger and they have uploaded a video of a prototype model. The company did not say anything about the device making it into production. Hopefully, it will remain a prototype because that is one scary thing to watch. Even if they put it into production, very few people are expected to buy it.
Tesla Motors in an American automotive and energy storage company that was co-founded by Elon Musk in 2003 with its global headquarters in Palo Alto, California. Musk is currently the chairman and CEO. They built electric luxury cars that can match the pace of a sports car. The current line-up has the Model S with the Model X launching soon. With Tesla concentrating on increasing their products on offer, launching Autopilot and building a battery factory, nobody expected that this charger will see the day.
Tesla is quite young compared to some other renowned auto manufacturers present in the World because they started their journey back in the year 2003 and what they are really good at is making some really premium and also fast cars which uses electric energy to power their engines.
Recently the report tells us that Tesla is planning to enter the emerging markets which will also include India on the list too. But we all know what is the present condition of the EV vehicles which are present and their infrastructure in India and also Governments participation in promoting these electric vehicles and while on the other hand we also know that Tesla cars does not come cheap. So in order to deal with all those problems Tesla is actually developing and working on their third generation car which will actually be smaller and more affordable than their existing products. This new third generation model will actually be a smaller 4 door sedan which has been codenamed as Tesla Model 3.
Jay Vijayan, chief information officer at Tesla Motors said that the Tesla Model 3 which is still under the process of development and will be priced around the $30,000 to $40,000 mark which is almost half the price of their existing models. Right now their Tesla S model is priced over $100,000(about INR 61 lakhs). He later also added that India is one of the most potential markets of Asia but the import duties are also too much which actually means that the options of importing car from outside is almost faint and that is the reason why they will actually plan of setting their own plant within the country if they get a definite policy from the Government to support electric vehicles in the near future. Presently Tesla sells their S models in two of the Asian Countries already.