The UK’s best and most affordable electric car, which is currently priced at just £8,100, is currently being developed and the latest news from Tesla UK reveals that the model will be unveiled later this year.
TalkingSport recently revealed that a new prototype model of the Tesla Model S will be introduced in the United Kingdom in late 2017.
According to the report, the new vehicle will feature a 1,400 kilowatt-hour battery pack and be powered by an electric motor.
Although the price of the Model S has not yet been confirmed, the news indicates that it will likely be priced at £8.10, which would make it the cheapest electric vehicle currently on sale in the world.
This model will also be the first vehicle that is designed to be self-driving, meaning that the vehicle will not be tethered to the road and will be able to drive itself at speeds as fast as 40mph.
Tesla will be unveiling its Model 3 at an event later this month.
We already know that Tesla is planning a Model 3, but what else do we know about the vehicle?
While the news of the new Model 3 has yet to be confirmed, it is widely assumed that it is a follow-up to the Model 2, which was released in 2021.
The Model 3 is expected to be a slightly larger version of the vehicle, which could be designed to take on any passenger car in its class.
Currently, the Model 3 costs £35,000, which will increase to £40,000 in 2021 when the vehicle is finally launched.
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