The Tesla rumor mill is kicking into high gear ahead of tomorrow's unveiling of the highly-anticipated Model 3.
Citing an unidentified source who has provided "reliable information in the past," Electrek is reporting the entry-level sedan will have a stylish design that features a number of cues from the Model S and Model X. Nothing if official but the website says the Model 3 will be a tad taller than the Model S and feature a unique front fascia that echoes the Model X. Given its position as the brand's entry-level sedan, the Model 3 will be shorter and narrower than both the aforementioned models.
Specifications remain unconfirmed but the source reportedly said the Model 3 will be able to accelerate from 0-60 miles per hour in less than four seconds. This is impressive, if true, but it remains unclear if the time is for the standard model or a high-performance variant with a larger battery and an all-wheel drive system. There is also speculation that the Model 3 could have an 80 kilowatt hour battery that enables the car to have a range in excess of 300 miles.
The entry-level Model 3 is expected to cost approximately $35,000 but there will reportedly be higher-end variants that costs somewhere in the neighborhood of $50,000 to $60,000.
We're taking everything with a grain of salt but the wait is almost over as the Model 3 will be unveiled tomorrow night at 8:30 pm Pacific Time.