Tesla chief executive and co-founder Elon Musk has revealed that a selection of variants of the upcoming entry-level Tesla Model 3 will be offered to customers once production is up and running.
While discussing the Silicon Valley based firm’s financial results for the fourth quarter of 2013, Musk said that the initial Model 3 “won’t be the most adventurous version of the Model 3 to begin with” indicating that more ‘adventurous’ Model S versions will arrive later.
It remains unclear just what such versions could be but previous reports indicated that an estate version is certainly a possibility.
The Tesla Model 3 is pencilled in for a debut in 2016 before sales open up for the car the following year. It is expected to ride on a brand new platform rather than the larger one underpinning the Model S and future Model X SUV.