Tesla Model 3 – Hidden Details Review by Trevor Page – model3ownersclub.com

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Tesla Model 3 launched 31st March 2016.

Note that event down in your diary as the date that the world saw a huge milestone in the shift away from petrol and diesel powered cars.

We waited to comment to see what the public’s reaction was to the launch and with people lining up outside of Tesla showrooms to order cars, you be the judge.

We’ve long awaited the launch of the Tesla Model 3 which is Tesla’s first mass market, affordable long range electric car. Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk provided another grand launch event to showcase the next stage of Tesla’s master plan to produce sexy, fast electric cars that reduce air pollution and impacts on the environment.

The public have spoken loud and clear with pre-orders: As of around 6 hours ago orders with deposits upfront have exceeded 276,000 worldwide and orders approached 400,000 within a week of the launch on 31st March. That’s already over US$14 billion in car sales before the cars even go into production.

The car looks brilliant, the base model will accelerates 0 to 100kmh in under 6 seconds, has Autopilot and Supercharging as standard and of course 5 star safety ratings.

Australian customers will have to wait until 2018 to see our deliveries commence but that’s okay as we’ll most likely see additional features included by the time Aussies receive their cars.

We must not forget that other major car manufacturers are also working flat out to either out do Tesla or at least produce outstanding long range plug in cars at affordable pricing and rush them to market. For example: General Motors, Mitsubishi, Renault/Nissan, Audi, Porsche, VW, BMW, Volvo, Mercedes and now Ford with a Model E.

For now, let’s just enjoy the next evolution towards the move to plug-in affordable cars.

Tesla Model 3 - Launch March 2016

Tesla Model 3 – Launch March 2016

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With more than 25 years of professional experience across the automotive and energy industries in Australia, Geoff’s corporate life included leading Origin Energy’s eMobility (EV) business. While at Origin, Geoff experienced the explosion of information and advancement surrounding the changes in cleaner, faster and smarter transport solutions, plug-in vehicles and associated new smart technologies. Geoff's nickname at Origin was 'Mr. EV'. Recognizing the need from within the Australian industry for reliable, relevant and consistent online information, Geoff created eCarInsight.com.au with a view to providing a reputable reference point that focusses on the sustainable transport evolution, plug-in vehicle developments, charging solutions and smart energy innovations from around the world. In addition to monitoring global and local developments, Geoff continues to work closely with innovative vehicle manufactures, energy companies, government bodies, and vehicle charging organisations to ensure real eCarInsight. You can get in touch with Geoff via the eCarInsight email address contact@ecarinsight.com.au

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