Dec 02, 2016 07:57 AM EST
Tesla Model 3 Release Date Updates: Elon Musk Hints an Autopilot Feature for Electric Car Full Autonomy in 2018? [VIDEO]
Verified sources claim that Tesla Model 3 car is likely to be released at the end of 2018. This is due to the fact that Tesla CEO Elon Musk supports the nemesis of US President-elect Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton. Did Musk hinted about the autopilot feature for 2018 electric car full autonomy? Read more details here!
Tesla Model3 Part 2 Release Date Pushed Back to 2018
Rumor mills have started to grind for the most anticipated Tesla Model 3. The car's release date has been surrounded political rift including the launched campaign headed by Donald Trump propagandist against the American electric maker Tesla when its CEO Elon Musk has supported Hillary Clinton instead of the newly elected President.
What to Expect from Tesla Model 3
It can be recalled that Tesla Model 3 part 2 was introduced by Elon Musk to the public last October. This was the second part of the features that will included in the third model of Tesla Car.
Among the speculated features of Tesla Model 3 includes giant touchscreen dashboard or an Autopilot that is consist of more autonomous capabilities according to Daily Mail UK. However, the Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) has sent Elon Musk a letter saying that using the term "Autopilot" is a misleading one if the American can maker only refers to driver assistance system of the car.
Another speculation for the upcoming Tesla Model 3 is an electric-two wheeler just like motorcycle as suggested by the Tweeter user Edward Patel. On the other hand, Tesla has faced criticisms from their customer in Norway regarding its P85D cars that has been advertised with a "stomach-churning acceleration" but it turns out that the car is not as fast as they claimed it to be.
Tesla to Manufacture 500,000 Electronic Cars in 2018
Tesla Model 3 is expected to arrive in 2018. For this reason, the American car maker is also said to manufacture about 500,000 electronic cars on that year, according to Auto Week. On the other hand, Tesla is reportedly making updates on "My Tesla" page for the reservation of Tesla Model 3.