Tesla's all-electric 3 Series rival could be at next year’s Geneva Motor Show Tesla’s third model, revealed exclusively to Auto Express by Elon Musk as being named Model 3, is set to get its world debut in March next year. With the 2016 Geneva Motor Show kicking off on March 1st, there’s a chance it could make its world debut in Europe, the home of the Model 3’s chief rivals the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class, Audi A4 and Jaguar XE.
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A baby Tesla is coming to town. Tesla Motors confirmed late on Tuesday that its rumored third-generation car will be called, appropriately enough, the Model III. The vehicle will be about 20 percent smaller than the Model S, but will cost half as much. Tesla is aiming for the $35,000 range with the Model III, which aims to take on the BMW 3 Series when it hits the road in 2017.
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Tesla Model 3 Review
The paydirt car for Tesla, a stylish mass-produced 200-mile EV Tesla would have to defy all expectations to achieve success on the Model 3, while avoiding all the potential pitfalls—not only for the 200-mile $35,000 Model 3, but a massive new battery factory, and the Model X that comes first. Can Tesla do it again?
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