Tesla has said that the 2018 Tesla Model 3 is going to arrive by the middle of 2018. However many people don’t believe that this might happen as they promised the Model S earlier than it actually arrived and people think that the same is going to happen this time around with the Model 3.
So is Tesla going to make the same mistake with the Tesla Model 3 that they made with other vehicles? Originally the Model 3 was said to be arriving late 2017 for those who had placed orders early. Now the figure has changed on the website due to the fact that they have taken around 400,000 pre-orders for the vehicle.
Production for the Tesla Model 3 has been set for the middle of 2017 and Tesla did say that those who had been quick off the mark to pre-order would receive the first deliveries by the end of the year. It is looking as though the majority of pre-orders won’t arrive in the hands of owners until 2018 and of course this is a long way off.
Whether the Chevrolet Bolt EV has had anything to do with the orders of the Tesla Model 3 remains to be seen, the Bolt is expected to be in dealers by the end of the year. Also coming our way is the second generation Nissan Leaf and this should arrive around the same as the Model 3.