Tesla has been the driving force behind the electric revolution since the production of the Tesla Roadster back in 2008. Gradually changing the world’s mind about the future of electric vehicles and pushing the technology further every year. With the sales success of the Model S and the recent production of the Model X SUV, Tesla is primed to take over the world with electric tech. Throughout their history they have been missing one key component to world domination, an affordable electric for the masses. The recently unveiled Tesla Model 3 aims to fill that gap and push electric vehicle sales through the stratosphere.
Many have been eager to see just how far a mass produced, affordable electric car can go. With Tesla’s go big or go home strategy they didn’t want to settle with the bare minimum. Touting a minimum range of 215 miles the Model 3 delivers to reduce the anxiety faced with the commuter only Nissan Leaf. While upgrades will be available, the base Model 3 is said to have a 0-60 mph time of under 6 seconds. As Elon Musk said at the unveiling “Tesla doesn’t make slow cars”.