By Sam McEachern The highly anticipated Tesla Model 3 sedan will only be available in single motor, rear-wheel drive-form when it arrives, with the all-wheel drive version not expected until early next year.
In a series of Tweets posted last week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he would introduce the simpler versions of the Model 3 first before rolling out the dual-motor versions. He said this is something he didn’t do with the Model X, choosing instead to offer the range-topping Model X P100D from launch. Trying to stuff every bit of tech into the car from the get-go complicated the launch process and
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