Tesla has unveiled its much-anticipated Model 3 electric car – its lowest-price vehicle to date. The company’s chief executive Elon Musk said the five-seater would start at $35,000 (£24,423) and have a range of at least 215 miles (346km) per charge.
He added that got up to full speed., his aim was to produce about 500,000 vehicles a year after creation
The California-based firm wants the vehicle if it’s to stay in business to prove popular.
The very first deliveries of the vehicle are scheduled to begin in late 2017, also it can be ordered in advance in dozens of states, including the UK, Brazil, Ireland, India, China and New Zealand. Tesla delivered 50,580 vehicles last year Nearly all of those were its Model S saloon, which overtook the Leaf of Nissan to eventually become the planet ‘s best selling pure-electric vehicle.