The Tesla Model 3 has had its day, and only the Tesla hatchback matters now
A week ago, Tesla announced it was adding a brand new car to its line-up, but this was no Model S Plaid or Roadster-level vehicle. Instead, it’s a smaller hatchback that’s set to cost $25k.
This is a big deal. Not just for Tesla, but for the electric car industry as a whole. Frankly, it’s such a big deal that the Tesla Hatchback is the only Tesla worth caring about right now.
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