Published on 14 Jun 2012 by Elxwave
After the excellent public response to the Tesla Roadster, the California-based electric car manufacturer decided to take the next step of its own evolution by developing the Model S saloon and Model X crossover. After launching the Model S and testing the marketing ground, Tesla will be introducing the electrical crossover, which should boost sales because of the huge demand for this type of vehicles.
Once the marketing of these two models is over, Tesla will focus on the development of two new cars, planned for 2014, a third generation of saloons and crossovers. The new cars, which will debut within 2 years, as reported by Autoblog, are expected to be smaller and 40 percent less expensive than the current models, which should help widening the market of the American carmaker.
Still no news about the new Tesla sports car, scheduled for 2014 but still in the planning stage. The future trend of the brand will be oriented to raise sales volume, expanding its offering and conquering a wider clientele.