Tesla Model 3 Electric Cars Production Is All Set on February 20

Feb 10, 2017 06:00 AM EST | Hannah Jill Jose


The much-awaited production of Tesla Model 3 electric cars is all set on February 20. Buyers and consumers will be delighted on this update since they have been anticipating on its production for months now. The announcement of the Test Building date is essential to make sure that there are no problems when the car is finally used in the market.

"Test-building" new models are necessary on any manufacturer because it helps in making sure that there are no defects. One consideration is to ensure the quality of parts to be used and that the whole assembly line is configured correctly before the production starts.

In the past, Tesla has been having problems and delays in delivering the production of their vehicles hence the reason why their investors are getting nervous and are eager to know when is the exact launch date of the Model 3 electric car. But with this current development, people who have already given their deposit for Tesla's Model 3 are excited about its official launching.

Cnet News reported that according to Reuters Tesla will be building their Model 3 in their production facility in Fremont, California. The Tesla Model 3 has an MSRP of $35,000 with a driving range of almost 200 miles. Last year, the company already took refundable $1,000 deposits to nearly 373,000 buyers worldwide which make the Model 3 lucky when it comes to new car models. According to Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, they will be producing 500,000 cars at the end of next year which some analysts think impossible.

No matter what may be the numbers, production-wise or money-wise, buyers and Tesla fans are all patiently waiting for the much-anticipated official launch of this Model 3. More to come in the following months.


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