Tesla’s masterplan to make the Model 3 a success: keep it simple
Last week, Tesla released a product sheet which listed out and confirmed a number of key details surrounding the upcoming Model 3. For example, we learned that the Model 3 will sport a a 0-60 MPH time of 5.6 seconds and that the entry-level $35,000 model will sport a range of 215 miles on a single charge. But somewhat buried at the bottom of the product sheet was another interesting tidbit, namely that the selection of Model 3 configurations would be less than 100. In stark contrast, the number of configurations available on the Model S is higher than 1,500.
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