According to Elon Musk, Tesla Model 3 Will Cost $35,000: Would You Buy One?
Thanks to a series of leaks and early reveals, the 2015 North American International Auto Show didn't provide many surprises. There were, however, two worth noting:
Firstly, the unveiling of the totally unexpected Ford GT supercar and also the stated price of a future Tesla vehicle -- the Model 3 -- which company founder Elon Musk said would start at $35,000.
That's about half the starting price of Tesla's current model, the Model S, which kicks off at $69,900. And it doesn't take into account any federal or state tax credits, the former of which currently give $7,500 back to buyers.