Exclusive: Tesla plans to build new electric vehicles in mid-2025

Exclusive: Tesla plans to build new electric vehicles in mid-2025

Tesla’s Highly Anticipated ‘Redwood’ EV Set to Take the Mass Market by Storm in 2025!
Sources close to the electric car giant have revealed that Tesla is gearing up to launch their newest model, codenamed “Redwood,” in the mid-2025.

This sleek and compact crossover is said to be the game changer in the mass market, with its cutting-edge technology and affordable price point.

In a recent post-earnings call, Tesla’s visionary CEO Elon Musk confirmed the company’s plans to kick off production of the next-generation EV at their Texas factory in the second half of 2025.

This news has sent shockwaves through the industry, with experts predicting a surge in demand for the revolutionary “Redwood” model.

Elon Musk has been tantalizing both his devoted followers and eager investors with promises of budget-friendly electric vehicles and futuristic self-driving robotaxis.

These cutting-edge creations are set to be built on revolutionary, cost-effective electric car platforms. With a starting price of just $25,000, these models will finally put Tesla in direct competition with traditional gasoline cars and the rapidly expanding market of affordable EVs, led by China’s BYD.

In fact, BYD managed to overtake Tesla as the world’s leading EV manufacturer in the thrilling finale of 2023.

Fasten your seatbelts, Tesla enthusiasts, because the future of our vehicle volume growth is about to take a thrilling turn!

While our teams are hard at work preparing for the launch of our next-generation vehicle at Gigafactory Texas, we anticipate a slightly lower growth rate in 2024 compared to the impressive progress we made in 2023,” revealed Tesla in their latest quarterly report.

But this isn’t the first time CEO Elon Musk has teased us with exciting plans. Back in 2020, he promised to bring a game-changing $25,000 car to the market, only to put it on hold and then revive the idea.

As of now, our most affordable option, the Model 3 sedan, starts at $38,990 in the United States. Stay tuned for more updates on our quest to make sustainable transportation accessible to all!

Last year, Tesla made a bold move by sending out “requests for quotes” to potential suppliers for their highly-anticipated “Redwood” model.

According to insider sources, the electric car company projected a whopping weekly production volume of 10,000 vehicles. And the best part? Production was slated to kick off in June 2025, as revealed by three confidential sources who wished to remain anonymous.

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