Unexpectedly, Tesla, the most well-known and successful EV manufacturer in the world,
a low-cost electric vehicle that competes with models like the Nissan Leaf and the Chevrolet Bolt EV.
It's encouraging to note that Tesla is developing both of these body types because they haven't been included
Since 2020, Tesla has been developing a small hatchback that it has given the working name "Model 2."
In addition to the most recent reports regarding the Tesla Model 2's delivery date and pricing
new entry point into the lineup, the Model 2 will bring in a new rung of affordability for the Tesla brand.
The Model 3 now has a starting price of slightly over $40,000 (before government incentives and rebates),
The Model 3 has a huge price gap when compared to the Leaf and Bolt EV, which start at $28,000 and $26,000,
If Tesla can price the Model 2 in the $25,000–$30,000 area (before incentives and rebates)
Tesla's reputation as an EV manufacturer is already at an all-time high.
In 2019, Tesla revealed a new 'Robotaxi' concept that would serve the vision for a fleet of self-driving
Elon Musk has since also spoken of bringing this deletion of components to their standard consumer models
With how effective and reliable Tesla's self-driving systems have become, the Model 2 could very well be the first car