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Sub-compact back on the schedule?

david_42

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The smaller than Model 3/Y vehicle has been on and off and on and off and might be on again according to Musk's comments at last week's stockholder meeting. If it's five years out, it will be entering a very competitive segment with the likes of Kia, Honda, Nissan, VW, etc. Zero details, but I bet it will be better looking and faster than anything else in the segment.
 

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The smaller than Model 3/Y vehicle has been on and off and on and off and might be on again
according to Musk's comments at last week's stockholder meeting.
If it's five years out, it will be entering a very competitive segment with the likes of Kia, Honda, Nissan, VW, etc.
Zero details, but I bet it will be better looking and faster than anything else in the segment.
It is a little bit difficult to forecast which compact and subcompact EVs will be available in a five years period,
but a smaller Tesla Model 3 Theo (?) would certainly capture a niche market, a little bit like the MINI,
which is a nice looking subcompact, but a little bit pricey for the subcompact category.

Even at a similar price than the Tesla Model 3, a shorter version would certainly be a blast.

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