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Car and Driver: Current Tesla Owners Will Be the First to Get a Model 3


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-We’ve known for a little while now that Tesla would show off its upcoming Model 3 sedan on March 31st and that it would begin taking $1000 reservations for the car at that time. Now, Tesla has more details on how you can reserve one, and who gets priority.


In a blog post, Tesla confirmed again that reservations will begin worldwide on March 31st. The post also included a link to explain how much a reservation will cost in markets outside the U.S., which you can check out here.


If you absolutely want the earliest reservation you can get, Tesla stores will begin accepting in-person reservations from the moment they open on March 31st. Online reservations at Tesla.com begin at 8:30 PM Pacific Time on March 31st. Regardless of whether you reserve in person or online, priority will be given to current Tesla owners. Each region will have its own waiting list.


When production begins—right now it’s slated for late 2017—deliveries in the U.S. will start on the West Coast and move east.


There’s still a significant chance the Model 3 will be delayed, like every other Tesla launch, but for now we’re looking forward to actually driving the thing at its debut on March 31.


This story originally appeared on Road & Track via Electrek.


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I was stopped at a light next to a Tesla a couple of days ago ... while driving my V8 Olds Custom Cruiser. I blipped the loud pedal a few times, making the fender rise up under torque (and a pretty sweet noise too).  He just sat there with an embarrassed look on his face.

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