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Wednesday, August 02, 2017

WORLD’S CHEAPEST FULLY ELECTRIC CAR IS N11 MILLION

lon Musk, CEO and co-founder of Tesla, has unveiled the world’s cheapest fully electric car, Tesla Model 3.




The car, which was unveiled over the weekend cost $35,000 (N11,033,750 at official rate) for the standard version, while the long range version goes for $44,000.

The standard version can travel 354 kilometres on a single charge, and when charged for 30 minutes, it can travel for 209 kilometres.

Musk, who handed over 30 Tesla Model 3 to the first set of buyers, said the demand for the vehicle has surpassed supply till 2018. He added that the auto company had taken orders in excess of 500,000 reservations.

“It’s an amazing car, but we’re going to go through at least six months now of manufacturing hell… There’s 10,000 unique components in the car, and production moves as fast as the slowest one,” Musk told reporters.

“Demand is not a challenge for the Model 3… We do everything we can to unsell the car. Have you ever seen an ad for the Model 3?”

The Canadian-American said the car will not need servicing as often as other cars around the world, promising over a million miles before first servicing.

“We’re designing the Model 3 to ideally not require service. The next-generation powertrain is designed to be roughly a million miles between service, aspirationally.

“This is a great day for Tesla. it’s what we’ve been working for. The point of Tesla was to make a great, affordable car that was better than any gasoline car. It was never our goal to just make expensive cars.”

The car is in line with the world’s decision to move away from fossil fuel to electric cars before 2040.

Source: marapolsa.com

16 comments:

  1. 11 million and you call it cheap?
























    hahahahahaah the word "cheap" now has a new meaning.

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    1. How much is a used Benz, Bimmer or Range in Nigeria? N11 million for an electric car with all the features is expensive? It's not the world's fault/business that naira isn't worth upto the paper it's printed on

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    2. So how do you charge this car in zero power Nigeria?

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  2. Nigeria is finished!!...
    Very soon,all those aboki people that are milking our oyel will drink it!!..
    I can't even wait for that time to come!...
    Rubbish!!...

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  3. Cheap my butt! It's expensive!

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    1. That's my annual salary

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  4. Good! Am I d only female in the house that is so scared to drive? Jeeeez how do I get off this fear? The way friends and fam are using it to jab me is getting to me badly πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‰

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    1. Nne you are not the only one. I know that I can drive but am too scared to drive. Whenever am forced to do it, my heart keeps pounding. I feel as if I would run over everyone I see on the road. So you are not the only one scared of driving. N/B: Am a guy

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    2. You are not.. I have serious fear for driving and Lagos roads and drivers don't it easy. I don't even drive far. Just around. If I have to go from lere to the island or Ikeja, then I won't be driving. Uber to the rescue.

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  5. Cheap is a relative term...a N1 billion naira house is cheaper than a N1.1 billion naira house, I'm just saying

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  6. the car is cheap. can I poer it with my I pass my neighbor generator?

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  7. This is good but how is it going to work in Nigeria? I prefer the one the that uses water.We can get water anywhere, anytime as it is free gift of life.

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