Elon Musk Believes Tesla Could Build $25,000 EVs In The Next Three Years
While he’s not making any promises, Elon Musk believes that Tesla will be able to develop a $25,000 EV in the next three years if the company “works really hard”
Tesla’s co-founder and CEO Elon Musk has been quite the topic of discussion around the electronic vehicle automotive industry and recent reports have even gone into detail of how much of a strain it’s been on the entrepreneur to keep just one of his world-changing companies pushing forward. Heck, even as CEO Musk still finds time to Tweet back to just about anyone who asks him a question on Twitter.
The second part of Musk’s 3-step master plan was to unveil an affordable electronic vehicle that people all around the world could buy. Although the Tesla Model 3 has had its fair share of production setbacks, it’s still well on its way into the hands of the thousands of people who have ordered the sleek machine. But it’s not like Tesla is the only manufacturer developing EVs out there. Other car companies are doing everything they can to bring their electronic vehicles to the market within the next two years.
Recently, tech YouTuber Marques Brownlee interviewed Musk about various Tesla-related question, one of which involved a truly affordable electronic car that Musk hopes to bring to the masses. While it was in no way a promise to the people, Musk believes that the car company could build a $25,000 car in about three years, as long as Tesla continues to “work really hard”.
The nearly 18 minute Brownlee interview continues where the two talk more about Tesla’s next-generation Roadster's and the Model 3's upcoming Track Mode, which could turn out to be a more "expert user mode" which would allow users to fine-tune certain elements of the car. The full video is definitely worth a watch and can be seen below.
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