The change comes as the company refines its vehicle lineup.
It’s part of Autosteer and begins rolling out now.
The Mid-Range Model 3 is no more, and all Teslas will cost more tomorrow night at midnight.
The vehicle will target 300 miles of range and potentially launch in mid-2021.
The $39,000 isn’t available to preorder… yet.
The vehicle will serve as an important one for the company.
It will come at a cost, however.
We still don’t know anything about the truck, however.
CEO Elon Musk revealed the date on Twitter.
The company is also introducing a new $37,000 model with slightly better range and performance.
Models stretching back to 2018 will gain the software.
Everything but the Mustang and an unannounced Focus “Active” will go.
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