Never seen before photos and video of a Tesla Model 3 prototype surface online

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Its been year ago when Tesla showcased the first concept version of Model 3 during a special even at Tesla’s design Studio but from than nothing has been revealed so far until now we get to see the first glimpse of Model 3 rolling on the roads and we like to say not much have been changed in these year.

Since the time of been revealed, Tesla engineers and designers have been busy refining and enhancing the company’s highly anticipated EV. Tesla also stated in letter to shareholders said that it began building Model 3 prototypes just last month.

Thanks to Redditors who recently spotted a Model 3 prototype out in the wild and posted a few photos for our viewing pleasure. As we know the Model 3 is said to be about 20% smaller than the Model S. Additionally, we also came across an Instagram post which showcases the Model 3 in action.



During a shareholder’s meeting in November, Musk said there would be “part 3” unveiling for the Model 3 in “three to four months,” which falls in line with the March timeframe. Hence, the company might finally share more information about the Model 3’s interior also Musk also hinted that there could be a few surprises.

“It’s going to be pretty close to what I showed at the Model 3 unveiling, with some polish and refinements and a few more details that are added,” Musk said. “It will be better than what was unveiled, I guess in some ways it will be a lot better.”

The automaker plans to begin production of the Model 3 in July, but deliveries are not expected until late 2017. Tesla has received more than 373,000 pre-orders for the $35,000 mass market sedan since March of last year.





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