After waiting for many months, the Model 3s first production was given to the owners during a big ceremony at Teslas Fremont, California on Friday evening. They were 30 cars rolled out and Elon Musk, the CEO took stage prior to an audience of journalists, special guests and the first customers. The presentation was flashy and included the final pricing, spec details of the first mass model of Tesla that was revealed.
As anticipated, the standard Model 3 retail price was $35,000. This will cover 220 miles and can cover in 5.6 seconds 0 to 60mph, featuring a 130mph top speed and will support supercharges that will charge the car battery in 30 minutes with 130 miles of range. Owners may spend a little more for long range version at $44,000 offering 310 mile range; covering 0-60mph in 5.1 seconds and the top speed at 140mph. in this model the 30 minutes supercharger offer a range of 170 miles.
Standard features include LTE and Wi-Fi internet connectivity, Bluetooth, a back-up camera, voice activated controls, keyless entry and climate control using Tesla’s mobile app. The interior has the center-mounted touchscreen display15-inch, replacing everything from the instrument cluster to the entertainment controls.
Tesla’s limited warranty covers the Model 3 for 4 years/50,000 miles, while the battery features a warranty for 8 years/100,000 miles on the standard model, and 8 years/120,000 miles on the long range option. Buyers can get the car in black at same cost, however they must spend an extra $1,000 for colors such as Red, Deep Blue, Pearl While and Silver Metallic.