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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a sponsored post from Autozin, an online marketplace for cars.
As was evident on the December 2017 U.S. electric car sales reports, Tesla may face an intense rivalry this year. Despite the fact that Tesla has been a sensation in the automotive industry with its electric luxury sedan, failing to achieve the planned production rate has become a huge setback for the new Model 3. Consequently, Tesla’s strong fan base could be seen shifting towards its rivals, ultimately letting them achieve quite good sales numbers in the market.
Still, Tesla’s Model 3 has many admirers, so Autozin.com would like to offer some analysis of Tesla’s Model 3.
Price and Availability:
The Model 3 has been considered one of the the most affordable electric cars with a price starting at $35,000. “You will not be able to buy a better car for $35,000, even without any options,” is what Tesla CEO Elon Musk says. UK will have to wait, as the price for Model 3 is still not announced.
Both U.S. and UK customers can also factor in EV grants that will bring down the price.
Tesla has also successfully made the interiors of the Models 3 promising. Here is a quick look on the interior features of Tesla Model 3.
Neck and Neck Competition in 2018
Success doesn’t come without hurdles, such is the case with Tesla’s Models 3. Although Tesla has been able to gain sound popularity, slow Model 3 production has frustrated eager EV buyers. For this reason, Tesla will face greater competition in 2018.
Tesla Model 3 vs. Chevrolet Bolt
Tesla Model S vs. Fisker eMotion
The Tesla Model S may also get tough competition from Fisker. Fisker’s new EMotion sedan boasts 400 miles of battery range and stylish gullwing-style doors, features that may attract would-be Model S buyers. The EMotion is available for order, but won’t go into production until 2019. That may be soon enough for EV shoppers to wait.
It’s undeniable that Tesla will soon face tough competition from other EV models like the Chevy Bolt and Fisker EMotion. Nevertheless, Tesla’s strong fan base will help the company continue to grow.