Recent reports reveal fresh information about the upcoming Tesla Model 3. First off, the prices are out: the entry-level will cost $35,000 and will go up to $50,000 or even $60,000, and will reach the US dealerships on the 31st of March.
Next, the Tesla Model 3 is also reported to come with a mix of design features taken from the Model S and Model X, standing taller, yet shorter and narrower, and packing a Model X-like bespoke front end.
As for the performance it will come with, the same reports also state that the Tesla Model 3 will have an acceleration from 0 to 60 mph in less than 4.0 seconds, which is seems to be unrealistic at the moment.
More than that, the Tesla Model 3 might also pack a bigger and higher-performance battery pack with improved mile range, adding the all-wheel drive configuration.
This means that the Tesla Model 3 would use an 80 kWh battery with more than 300 mile range. Further details concerning the hybrid powertrain will be revealed at a later date, perhaps this summer.