Tesla Model 3: Sales Failure Is A Ticking Time Bomb!

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The all-new Tesla Model 3 is currently the most talked about EV right now and many are discussing on whether Tesla has got it right with their most affordable creation.

Despite all the anti-sales from Tesla on the Model 3, the car is able to come out with an impressive driving range that goes beyond 300 miles. However, when it comes to pricing, the opinions are divided for the Model 3 and many don’t find the vehicle a friendly treat to their pockets.

With an opening price of $35,000 and this is for the base trim that has nothing to offer. For access to the basic group of features, consumers will have to pay more than $40,000 for the Model 3. This is around the same calling price for a nice luxury car and even a high-powered vehicle.

This will have a bad effect on the Model 3’s sales, especially when the governing bodies stop offering incentives for EVs. The end of tax incentives has taken place in several countries worldwide and it resulted in a sharp decline of Tesla cars on the sales front.

As such, it is perhaps right to assume the same fate for the Model 3 in the future to come. This is unless Tesla has got something up their sleeves to address the end of tax incentives.