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Yes, the long-awaited Tesla Model 3 has finally been revealed. And what an astounding reception it has received, with nearly 300 000 interested parties putting down deposits in the first three days alone.
But, despite absolutely dominating the automotive headlines – and it really has – the Model 3 won’t be the first available relatively affordable, mass-produced electric vehicle with a range exceeding 320km.
Indeed, the folks over at General Motors say that the new Chevrolet Bolt (not be confused with the Volt hybrid) will be available at dealerships in the United States before the end of 2016. The Model 3, of course, is scheduled to go into production late in 2017, at the very best.
But what if you had a choice between the two EVs right here, right now? Which one would make you gleefully part with your hard-earned cash? Well, we’ve had a look at the relevant facts and pitted the two – a hatchback-cum-crossover and a sleek sedan – against each other.