Tesla has released the first teaser image of the Model 3, ahead of its debut on March 31st. Set to become the brand's most affordable sedan, the Model 3 will apparently follow in the footsteps of the Model S and feature a stylish design with soft curves. The teaser image doesn't reveal much but the car appears to have new mirrors and a lower roofline than the Model S. Little else is known about the Model 3 but previous reports have suggested the company will begin accepting orders on the day of the event for $1,000. Those unlikely enough to attend will reportedly have to wait until April 1st to place an order on the recently acquired Tesla.com website.

Tesla has released the first teaser image of the Model 3, ahead of its debut on March 31st.

Set to become the brand's most affordable sedan, the Model 3 will apparently follow in the footsteps of the Model S and feature a stylish design with soft curves.  The teaser image doesn't reveal much but the car appears to have new mirrors and a lower roofline than the Model S.

Little else is known about the Model 3 but previous reports have suggested the company will begin accepting orders on the day of the event for $1,000.  Those unlikely enough to attend will reportedly have to wait until April 1st to place an order on the recently acquired Tesla.com website.  Regardless if a reservation is made at the event, online, or at a local dealership, customers deliveries are not expected to occur until late 2017.

Specifications remain a closely guarded secret but the Model 3 is expected to be less powerful than the Model S and Model X.  However, the car is expected to have a range of approximately 250 miles.

Pricing still remains unconfirmed but the company has previously hinted the Model 3 will cost around $35,000 before federal and local tax incentives.

Source: Tesla Motors

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