Tesla’s New Compact Car Model Will Be Ready For Production In 2022
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As Elon Musk had promised, Tesla is heading in the direction of compact cars, to help reach a wider audience and needs of the general public in reaching sustainability. On January 8, 2021, information was leaked from Chinese media that Tesla has already developed a $25,000 compact car that will be ready to begin its production at its Gigafactory Shanghai in 2022.
Information was leaked from the media that Tesla had already developed the $25,000 Compact car model, and would soon be ready to begin production in 2022, in the video “THIS IS HUGE NEWS!!! Tesla’s $25,000 Compact Car is Ready For Launch“, below:
Tesla’s $25,000 Sedan Is FINALLY Coming Soon And Will Be A Game Changer, in the video “Tesla’s $25,000 Sedan Is FINALLY Coming Soon And Will Be A Game Changer“, below:
Three new $25,000 Tesla vehicles are in the works. Elon Musk has confirmed that Tesla will begin working on compact vehicles tailored to their local region in Europe and China, and a Robotaxi vehicles that will make use of Tesla’s Full Self Driving Software, in the United States, in the video “Elon Musk Confirms Tesla’s Upcoming 3 New $25,000 Electric Vehicles“, below:
Right now, Tesla has a pair of saloons and a pair of SUVs in its lineup for the mass market, but CEO Elon Musk wants to shift the price point of the brand to make it more accessible. Earlier this year he teased his plans to announce a new, $25,000 model, which would significantly undercut many established rivals in the market. Before we delve into the possibilities of Tesla’s cheapest ever model, let’s take a look at how the company got to where it is today. Tesla dates back to the late naughties, when in 2008 it launched its first generation Roadster. This was the company’s first attempt at producing a road-going electric car, so it took a formula that already worked, the Lotus Elise, and electrified it. The Roadster was the first EV to have a range of more than 200 miles, but this of course came at a cost. Entry-level models started at around $80,000, with later upgrades boosting the price up by at least another $50,000 in some instances, in the video “The $25,000 Tesla Will Be A Game Changer“, below:
In the video “Elon Musk: Affordable $25,000 Tesla and Better Batteries Are Coming“:
How $25,000 Compact Tesla Model 2 will Dominate the World in just 3 Years w/ New Battery Technology, in the video “How $25,000 Compact Tesla Model 2 will Dominate the World in just 3 Years w/New Battery Technology“, below:
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