This Friday first 30 customers will finally receive keys from their Tesla Model 3, a top-notch electric car with a price tag of $35 000. Customers had to make $1000 preorder deposits in order to get a chance to be the first ones and buy the vehicle earlier. Tesla company is now valued at $56 billion, which is the best among all US car manufacturers. But will it stand the test of time?
There are still several mysteries surrounding the brand-new car. It is unclear, whether autopilot will make it to Tesla Model 3 or not. The feature was previously available to Tesla owners for $3 000 but failed to deliver promised results. Recent split with Mobileye — the company that provided autopilot solutions to Tesla — might have been more traumatizing that previously estimated, thus negating the possibility of autopilot being installed in newer cars. Batter capacity and future plans on Supercharges network have not been announced just yet, leaving space for rumors.
Despite general buzz surrounding Elon Musk, his companies and Tesla Model 3 in particular it is still unclear whether focus on clean cutting-edge technologies will deliver or not. Company’s inability to turn profit for a substantial period of time has already made several experts doubt the price tag on TSLA shares and negatively reevaluate its target price.Trade here
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