The $25,000 Tesla Model 3 is Coming – This Week in Automotive News
Tesla Model 3 is Coming
For those of us who have been drooling over the likes of Tesla Model X and Tesla Model S, our dreams are coming true. Tesla Motors is now accepting orders for the upcoming Tesla Model 3, which could be available by the end of 2017. This all-electric Tesla will be available starting at $35,000. With nearly $10,000 available in tax incentives, you could own a Model 3 for about $25,000!
This is the company’s first “affordable” car, as the Model X and Model S are priced anywhere between $70,000 and $150,000. We know very little about Model 3, but the company plans to debut the vehicle on March 31st.
Model 3 reservations ($1000 down) will be accepted in Tesla stores on March 31 and online April 1
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 11, 2016
Ford to Release 4 New SUVs – Yes, 4
As if Flex, Expedition, Escape, Edge, and Explorer aren’t enough, Ford has announced plans to launch 4 new SUV nameplates to its global lineup over the next few years. High SUV & crossover sales show no signs of slowing down, so Ford is diving even deeper into the market. It’s hard to imagine what else Ford will offer aside from the vast lineup of 5 SUVs currently available, but as these vehicles are released we’ll provide you the latest information.
For more information, check out the Ford press release.
Nissan Armada Redesigned, Finally
After 16 years of the same Nissan Armada, Nissan is finally introducing a new generation in the 2017 Armada. This SUV resembles its luxurious cousin, the Infiniti QX80. We’re excited for the new exterior and interior design, along with a 390 hp 5.6L V8 engine. The 2017 Nissan Armada will be at dealerships this summer.
Find more information in the Nissan press release.
Subaru Teases XV Concept
The Subaru XV Concept is coming. Based on the Subaru XV Crosstrek, the XV Concept is making its debut at the Geneva International Auto Show on March 1st. The only information we have at this time is the teaser image below, and we can’t wait to get a glimpse into the future of Subaru design.
See the Subaru XV Concept webpage.