That’s how Tesla’s Elon Musk describes the Model 3’s interior.
Wait until you see the real steering controls and system for the 3. It feels like a spaceship.
How many preorders did Tesla take for the Model 3, which won’t be available until 2017? Chris Mills:
Mathematically, 276,000 is going to be good for Tesla’s bottom line: it means $276 million in the bank from deposits alone, and demand that will keep Tesla’s factories busy for years to come. It’s also far more than analysts anticipated: a Time survey said that conventional wisdom was on 55,000 pre-orders in the first 72 hours.
And, the stock went up. Of course.