United Kingdom to get Model 3 configurator within 2 months, Australia to follow

Daniel Fowler
February 13, 2019

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk is promising some new updates to the company's electric vehicles this week.

Musk's stay in Norway was part of a broader trip through Europe that the CEO advertised on Twitter on February 9 as the company is deploying its new Model 3 on the continent after a tumultuous year in 2018.

The ranking suggests that the Model 3 may indeed turn out to be the auto that will tip Tesla's fortunes into positive territory, after a string of mass production delays and an even longer string of quarterly losses reported by Tesla made many doubt whether the company had long to live. In fact, Tesla as a brand dominated the top 5, with all three of its models there.

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Yet the most shorted company in the history of the US market somehow managed to turn things around and ramp up the Model 3 production quickly enough to report a profit for the third quarter of 2018. Being a right-hand drive country has its drawbacks as far as new model introduction goes, as it is the norm for carmakers (unless originating from a RHD drive country) to expand first into left-hand drive markets.

The Tesla Model S and other cars from Tesla will benefit from the Dog Mode, another feature that will be introduced soon. At the moment, the 2018 Toyota RAV4 prices around $25,500, and Tesla must have both a lower rate or a barely pricier SUV however with higher options than its opponents.

Lastly, the new Gigafactories in Nevada and China gave Musk the confidence he has when it comes to producing these SUVs. However, mass production and distribution of the Model Y may happen a year later, but it's mostly speculation.

The Tesla Model Y is predicted to be unveiled this coming March 15. This is just a month a way, and it is uncertain if Musk himself will be the one to pull the curtains off the new auto. As of now, Elon Musk's SpaceX is wrestling with a possible schedule battle between their two upcoming spaceflights, which want to occur quickly or they'll lose their probability at launch this year.

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