Tesla, one of the first brands that comes to mind when it comes to electric cars, currently has 4 different models in its product range. It has been talked about for a long time that the brand, which has electric cars named Model S, Model X, Model 3 and Model Y, wants to add a more affordable vehicle to its product range in the near future.
March 1 may be a milestone for the new affordable Tesla
Tesla Model 3 and Model Y stand out as the two best-selling cars of the brand. These two cars, which stand out with their more affordable prices compared to Model S and Model X, are about the locomotive of the brand. And yet, Tesla is making plans for a more affordable electric car to reach more people.
There may be new developments in the near future about the car, which was previously heralded by Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Along with the investor day event, which will be held on March 1, it is expected that the new road map, which includes Tesla’s new car, will be shared.
In a statement he made in October last year, Elon Musk confirmed that his new platforms will be smaller than the Model 3 and Model Y. It was also stated that the production cost of a possible affordable vehicle would be half of the Model 3.
This platform will be Tesla’s third main architecture. As it is known, Model S and Model X are rising on the first platform of the brand. On the other hand, Model 3 and Model Y have a separate platform. The third platform to come will be aimed at more affordable cars.
From Elon Musk’s previous statements, the new affordable car can be expected to cost less than $ 25 thousand. The production number of the new affordable model will be significantly higher than the other vehicles of the brand.
It would not be wrong to say that both the smaller platform and the higher production number will reflect positively on the price of the vehicle. We hope to learn more about the new model with the event to be held on March 1st. So what do you think about the affordable Tesla signed car? You can share your views with us in the comments section.