By Evan Williams The Model 3 is Tesla’s mainstream car, but can it really fit into the mainstream of the market?
It’s a compact sedan with a 220-mile range and an entry price less than $300 more than the average new car in the U.S. But is the Model 3 really a mainstream car? Is it something that the average buyer is going to want, or is it still on the fringe of the automotive world?
According to auto analyst Rebecca Lindland, writing for Fortune, the answer is no.
“Calling the Model 3 mainstream is a bit of a misnomer,” she said.
“The only thing mainstream about
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