Following last night’s reveal, the answer would appear to be a big “yes.” Take a look below for the major details revealed during the event.
Range and Charging
Musk announced the new Model 3 will beat its prior efficiency estimates with an expected EPA rated driving range of 215 miles per charge, a number he suggested was also a conservative goal too. The Model 3 makes use of Tesla’s most advanced lithium-ion battery cells yet, which are in production at the company’s massive Gigafactory in Sparks, Nevada.
All Tesla Model 3 sedans will also come standard equipped to use Tesla’s growing network of fast-charging Supercharger stations, of which 3,608 exist worldwide (expected to double by the end of 2017).