Tesla Model 3 is going to become the most massive electric car in the worldJanuary 7, 2020
Currently, this American electric car is slightly inferior to its main rival, the Nisan Leaf model, but Tesla has every chance to beat its competitor.
Tesla Model 3 appeared on the market in 2016 and immediately caused a real stir among fans of “battery” machines. Demand for this electric car continues to grow, which allowed experts to suggest that very soon the Tesla Model 3 will receive the title of the most massive electric car in the world. In the meantime, this honorary title belongs to Tesla’s closest competitor, the Nissan Leaf electric car, which has been off the assembly line since 2010. Over the past nine years, Nissan Leaf has been upgraded several times, and the manufacturer recently released the second generation of its best-seller. And if the Tesla Model 3 is increasing its sales, then the demand for the Nissan Leaf is currently treading water in one place.
According to the Japanese brand, by March 2019, Nissan Leaf was sold in the amount of 400,000 copies. As for Tesla’s sales, this figure exceeded 900,000 electric cars. Almost half of this number falls on the Tesla Model 3 (448,634 units). If the production and supply of this model continues to grow, then the Tesla Model 3 will only take a few weeks to get around Nissan Leaf sales.
It turns out that in just three years, Tesla will be able to break the record to which the Nissan model has gone for nine years.
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