Tesla teases 3 Next-Gen Vehicles in Master Plan Part 3 - all in differ – Tesla Maison

Tesla recently shared Part 3 of its Master Plan Part 3. It teased three new vehicles using its next-generation platform. These include a compact vehicle, a commercial/passenger van and a bus.

Tesla's Master Plan Part 3 focuses on seven vehicle types: compact and midsized vehicles; large cars and SUVs; pickup trucks; buses and commercial vehicles; heavy-duty trucks and trucks. Tesla has produced vehicles in four of seven of these categories, and plans to release three more cars under the compact vehicle segment in the commercial/passenger van and battery electric bus markets.

Tesla teases 3 next-gen vehicles in Master Plan Part 3, all in different segments



Tesla Giga Mexico is expected produce the company’s next-generation car. Tesla Giga Mexico, a Texas-based electric vehicle maker, has yet to reveal which next-generation vehicle it will produce in Mexico.

However, strong evidence suggests that Tesla will launch the much-anticipated $25,000 car. This is often called the Tesla Q or Model 2 by EV enthusiasts. The compact Tesla vehicle is known in a few detail. Master Plan Part 3 by Tesla revealed that the Model 2 will be powered by a 53 kWh lithium iron phosphate battery pack. According to the table below, Tesla anticipates the compact vehicle will sell more than its mid-sized Model 3 or Model Y cars, almost twice the number.

The market for compact battery electric vehicles is very competitive, which makes it attractive to the international market. Volkswagen already made the first move in the competition with its compact ID.2 vehicle, which will be the successor of the VW Golf.



Elon Musk has previously spoken about a possible Tesla van. Rivian and Volkswagen are just a few of the automakers that want to be a part of the compact BEV market. Mercedes-Benz is also a potential contender.

Tesla's Master Plan Part 3 says that 100 kWh battery packs will be used for passenger and commercial vehicles. Tesla intends to sell 10,000,000 commercial and passenger vans.



It makes sense to think of a Tesla now that the Semi has been manufactured and delivered by the company's heavy-duty electric truck battery. The Tesla Semi's availability on the market hints that Tesla has solved certain constraints--including battery constraint issues--that prevented it from delivering heavy-duty vehicles.

Tesla has noted in its Master Plan Part 3 that its electric bus will make use of 300 kWh battery packs with LFP cells.

Tesla's Master Plan Part 3 suggests a new direction for its company and its next-generation platform. Tesla's new adventure will likely include more meme-worthy moments and challenging obstacles. Tesla investors and supporters will enjoy even more.

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published


Someone recently bought a

The cookie settings on this website are set to 'allow all cookies' to give you the very best experience. Please click Accept Cookies to continue to use the site.

Your cart