The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week revealed a whole lot of amazing electronics (of course), and let’s not forget about the fact that General Motors displayed its 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV. There seem to be much to like about it, and the Bolt’s also claimed to go into production end of 2016, but Tesla isn’t really happy about it. That’s because Tesla’s got their version to make sure they’ll be getting their share of the limelight too.
According to some sources, the Tesla Model 3 is “on schedule” and will be shown in March, though it may be plausible that it wouldn’t be delivered as promised. Since Tesla’s launch of the Model X was in September, it’s quite surprising the automaker is only delivering 208 of vehicles so far.
Sure, we know that the Bolt is all ready and it’s even got a price tag of between $30K to $40K, but Tesla seems to be setting the bar as high as its rival too. And if Tesla is really delivering the car as promised, we’re pretty certain that it would clearly be a better car. Till then, let’s just wait and see what happens for their actual reveal.