Tesla has released the official European pricing for the Model 3
Auto Zone Dec 7, 2018
Tesla has discharged the official European estimating for the Model 3 and its WLTP extend. Order books have opened for the Model 3 which will go marked down in 2019.
Deliveries of cars to the UK are still not expected until the middle of 2019, as the production of right-hand drive variants has yet to begin.
However, pricing for The Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and France indicated what the cars will cost when they go on sale in the UK.
Long-Range versions of the car are expected to start around £50,000, which will crash to £46,500 when the Government incentive has been applied.
An entry-level version of the car costing £30,000 is also expected to launch further down the line but this will not be available, to begin with.
The car’s official Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) test figures have also been confirmed, and it’s good news for Brits.
WLTP range figures rate the car at being able to achieve 338-miles of range on a single charge.