Report: Tesla’s entry level sedan to be called the Model E

Dutch publication DerTelegraaf reports that Tesla’s new entry-level sedan will be receiving the name, Model E.

It will be introduced in less than two years and will follow in the footsteps of the current Model S, but in a package that is rumored to cost around $30,000-$35,000. It will be produced as a supposed 2017 model year car.

A range of 199 miles is expected, which is on par with the entry-level Model S’s EPA estimated range of 208 miles.

Source: DerTelegraaf via WCF


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