With over 439.0000 units sold last year, Tesla Model 3 is the most sold EV in the world. When Tesla decides to start selling its vehicles in India, the Model 3, the most affordable electric car in the company’s lineup, could be the first.
The Tesla Model 3 launch in India may appear imminent, as the California-based electric vehicle manufacturer has been seen testing the vehicle on Indian roads several times recently. In the most recent spy shots, two or more Model 3 cars with the Maharashtra recording plate were found camouflaged on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway this week.
Tesla has yet to formally enter the Indian electric vehicle market, despite registering as Tesla India Motors in Karnataka. It is reportedly in talks to open a research and development center in Bengaluru. Tesla is expected to open its first facility in India in either Kerala or Maharashtra, according to reports.
Two Camouflaged Model 3 Test Units. One with testing apparatus as earlier seen also.
337 seems to be new. Is Ground Clearance raised in it or just image thing?
— Tesla Club India® (@TeslaClubIN) August 17, 2021
As per the latest reports, Tesla will launch the Model 3 electric car in India by the end of this year, making it the most affordable EV in the company’s lineup. According to some reports, the company will soon begin taking reservations for the car in India.
Tesla is expected to ship its vehicles to India as completely built units (CBUs). The Model 3 is expected to start at around 55 lakh rupees.
The lithium-ion battery pack in the Model 3 electric sedan has a capacity of 60kwh. It has a top speed of 260 kilometers per hour and can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in just over three seconds. On a single charge, the Model 3 has a range of around 500 kilometers. The standard or the standard range plus (RWD – Rear Wheel Drive), long-range and long-range (AWD – All Wheel Drive) is provided in three different variants.