Tesla is gearing up to launch Model 3 leasing soon, boosting consumer demand
Wednesday, 20 February 2019 Tesla Inc. is preparing to launch a leasing program for its lowest-cost car, the Model 3, Electrek reports, citing an internal email. The Model 3 leasing program will initially be offered to Tesla employees, and will launch in the next two weeks, according to the email. Consumer leasing will launch afterward. Tesla reportedly confirmed the email, but told Electrek that the dates had not been finalized. Tesla currently offers a direct leasing program for the Model S and Model X. Leasing the basic…
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