About one third of the people who put in reservations for the Tesla Model 3 have decided they don’t want to wait as long as they are going to have to wait and so instead have gone for the Tesla Model S.
Tesla began to offer two year leasing and this has paid off and it attracted more people to consider the Tesla Model 3. Production hasn’t even begun on the vehicle yet.
The scheme was held during August and September and it got those who had reserved the Tesla Model 3 straight into the brand by way of leasing the Tesla Model S for $600 for 24 months.
400,000 pre-orders have been taken for the Tesla Model 3 but owners are getting fed up and don’t want to wait another two years before getting their vehicle. Some have gone with the Tesla Model X but then they have had to dig deeper into their pockets as the vehicles costs $31k more than the Model 3.