Tesla has been spotted testing out several Model 3 release candidates in a new range of colors. The vehicle first launched way back in March this year and fans have witnessed Tesla's industry-shifting mass market sedan in the colors red, silver, and matte black.
According to a source, originally posted to Reddit, here's the silver Model 3 spotted. At this point, the final design is essentially locked in, with Tesla now increasing road testing on its widely anticipated mass market EV.
Moreover, a black Model 3 release candidate was first spotted driving through the backroads just near Tesla's HQ early this April, followed by another sighting of a stunning blue Model 3 that was adorned with what seem appeared to be an interior with bamboo trim shortly after. While other recent sightings have revealed a red Model 3 and a version in white that's presumed to be part of the official color which offers when the vehicle hits production.
In a recent report, the company under the able direction of Elon Musk is reported making a few last minute changes. They are minor changes, however, they will make a lot of difference in the final analysis. The Model 3 vehicle by Tesla is said to begin selling in showrooms for a price tag of $35,000. As for the design studio for the Model 3 which has been set up by Elon Musk, it will open shop around the same time period when the car rolls out into in the market.
Furthermore, the company has announced Model 3 production will reach an annual rate of roughly over 500,000 sometime next year. Tesla has also said the overall production of the Model S, Model X and 3 will also reach 500,000 in 2018 with a target of 1 million by 2020. The 1 million goal assumes the addition of the Model Y, a compact SUV, in late 2019 or 2020.