Tesla will release a cheap self-driving carSeptember 23, 2020
This may happen by 2023, and the cost of such a car should not exceed $ 25,000.
Tesla owner Elon Musk shared with the company’s shareholders his plans to develop the brand’s lineup. Tesla plans to release a low-cost self-driving car by 2023 – its estimated cost is approximately $ 25,000.
To date, the cheapest Tesla model is the Model 3 – for which the brand’s dealers ask $ 37,990. Therefore, the plans for the release of the new car are really ambitious.
Many experts are confident that Tesla will be able to reduce the cost by using a new type of batteries, which, in addition to a better range, will become more budgetary.
Meanwhile, Tesla has shared plans for an updated Roadster model. Already in 2021, the novelty will begin passing tests on the track at the Nurburgring. Recall that the prototype was presented back in 2017, and initially sales were planned to begin in 2020.
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