First Production Model 3 Rolls Off Assembly Line
This ought to help inspire sales and encourage buyer with early reservations to not abandon ship just yet.
Friday afternoon, the first production version of the Model 3 came off the end of the Fremont, California assembly line. Priced at a moderate $35,000 before federal and state tax incentives, the car will likely sticker out closer to $40,000 with options.
The company plans to hold a customer handover at the end of July for the first 30 cars. After that it gradually will ramp up production to some 20,000 cars a month by December. The company claims to have some 350-400,000 reservations for the car with an estimated range of 215-250 miles per full charge.
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