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Tesla’s Model 3 will come in sedan and crossover styles

The world has been waiting since Elon Musk announced that an affordable Tesla Model 3 car is in the works.

Now, Tesla Motors Chief Technical Officer, JB Straubel, said Tesla wants the Model 3 to be a family of vehicles, available in both sedan and crossover versions.

Details about the design of the Model 3 haven’t been announced, but the sedan is expected to be 20% smaller than the Tesla Model S, and we can expect that the crossover will have similarities to the upcoming Model X crossover as shown below.

The Model 3 has been expected to arrive in 2017 and come with a $35,000 price tag.

The Model 3 has been promised a range of over 200 miles on a single charge and is set to rival the BMW 3 Series.

Tesla Model S
The Tesla Model S

The price of the Model 3 is partly thanks to cheaper battery technology made possible by Tesla’s Gigafactory, which is set to produce as many batteries annually in 2020 as were produced worldwide in 2013.

While Tesla haven’t released much information on the Model 3, Elon Musk has set March 2016 for its official unveiling. The Model X has a release date set for Q3 2015.

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