Would you camp outside a car dealership for a crack at buying a $35,000 car with a range of about 200 miles?
They are in Eden Prairie, KARE 11 reports:
— KARE 11 (@kare11) March 31, 2016
It’s happening all over the country. People are lining up to buy an “affordable” Tesla, an electric car that is the company’s first mass-market vehicle.
The response from people lining up to reserve a car that may not be available for two more years suggest that low gasoline prices haven’t made everyone fat and happy afterall.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk will unveil its Model 3 at an evening event in California tonight.
The people in line will put down a deposit today of about $1,000 to reserve theirs.
— John K. Lin (@johnklin) March 31, 2016
Washington Post – Tesla fans are waiting in line to buy a car that they haven't even seen yet https://t.co/D2u7AtYRyq
— Silber World News (@SilberWorldNews) March 31, 2016
— Eamon Sadeghi (@eamon51) March 31, 2016
Related: What we know (so far) about the Tesla Model 3 (MACLEAN’S)