Even more intriguing, the Model 3 will fit five comfortably, and come standard with autopilot, as will every other model in the Tesla lineup.
The design is unique, though very much in Tesla form. The front end loses the surgical mask found on the Model X for a sleek, grille-less look. It’s a healthy evolution from where the current Model S is. Buyers can also choose from a number of different wheels, as you can see from the cars here.
Tesla expects to begin delivers of the Model 3 sometime in 2017, and hopes to increase its number of stores in Europe, North America, and Asia, to 441 locations. That’s nearly double from the amount of stores currently open. The company still has a lot of work to do delivering these vehicles to customers in the next year.
(Note: Please excuse the poor quality image.)