With the highly anticipated unveiling of the Tesla Model 3 happening on March 31 in Los Angeles, the car brand's Chief Executive Officer sure knows how to tickle the minds of its enthusiasts even more after teasing on social media just what to expect on the day of the unveiling.
Known for his style in exciting Tesla fanatics especially with the upcoming rumored $35,000 electric vehicle according to Engadget which is very appealing to the masses compared to other high-priced luxurious vehicles from Tesla.
"Tomorrow is Part 1 of the Model 3 unveil. Part 2, which takes things to another level, will be closer to production," Musk wrote on Twitter. And when a fan was curious as to how the newest car will be altered at some point, the CEO answered writing "@rossbin You will see the car very clearly, but some important elements will be added and some will evolve."
Apparently, the Tesla Model 3 will officially be out in the market late 2017 as reported by Engadget. But fans from all over the U.S. including in Los Angeles and Boston as well as those across the globe in Australia are already leaping with excitement to get their first look on the highly anticipated new car by Tesla.
The Wall Street Journal reveals that some are already even camping out Testla's showrooms just to be able to ensure their spot for the unveiling. "I'm confident the Model 3 will have many more bells and whistles than my Model S," Tony Wetzel, a Boston resident outside the Tesla showroom in Boston said as per the publication.
Wetzel, along with other Tesla consumers are already apparently prepared to place a deposit on the newest Tesla vehicle, the news agency further reports. "We expect the Model 3 range will include a variety of body styles including a four-door sedan, coupe, cabriolet, small SUV and other passenger configurations," Adam Jonas, a Morgan Stanley auto analyst said as per the news outlet.
Furthermore, since Tesla now eyes the mass consumer market, the company has expanded its manufacturing facilities in California as well as in Nevada, as the car company expects a heap of demand after the unveiling.
However, delays may occur in the process. "There is this timing issue with gigafactory output intended for Model 3," Dan Galves, Credit Suisse analyst said as per the publication adding, "If they are delayed a lot, it could create under-utilization."