Sony introduces their electric car!
Not really a road legal version, although if they do decide to release into production, it will sell like hot cakes!
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It appears that 9500 TM3 were sold in Canada in 2019 compared to a total market of 1.9M for roughly 0.5% of the total market.
Jan 9th, 2020 1:20 pm
There is still a lot of unknowns for the general public. And the fact that idiots keep killing themselves misusing autopilot doesn't do well for the brand.michelb wrote: ↑ It appears that 9500 TM3 were sold in Canada in 2019 compared to a total market of 1.9M for roughly 0.5% of the total market.
https://www.goodcarbadcar.net/tesla-mod ... sa-canada/
https://www.marklines.com/en/statistics ... anada_2019
Actually, this link (only to end of September) reports higher numbers (and I think it's more trustworthy) so the annual total will likely be around 15-16k.
https://insideevs.com/news/376806/plugi ... 40000-ytd/
But it's probably still going to total up to less than 1% (don't forget that Jan-March 2019, Ontario pre-orders were still receiving the EV rebate so there were significantly more sales).
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I agree with that statement but honestly, I'd be very surprised if it was that cheap. I suspect it will be $60k+ but that's just a guess based on the tech and battery (honestly based on the pics and tech from the demo it will likely be in Model S price range) . (I do not see how they can make it cheaper than the Nissan Leaf Plus when Nissan's been selling the Leaf for close to 10 years and building cars for probably 50 and it's bigger and will have larger battery, dual motor, glass roof, more luxurious interior, etc (i.e. more expensive than a Leaf Plus which is close to $50k (and more in SL trim)))