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Tesla Model 3 available in Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Ireland



Tesla has launched its Model 3 electric sedan in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Ireland, Macau and Hong Kong. 

The launch comes less than a month after the company launched the Model 3 in the UK. Now, Tesla’s most affordable car is available in all major right-hand drive markets. 

Pricing for the Model 3 varies depending on the market. In Australia, for example, the car starts at 66,000 AUD ($45,620), In Japan, the car starts at 5,110,000 yen ($46,986), and in Ireland, it starts at 48,900 euro ($54,537). 

In all of these new markets, only two options are available — the Standard Range Plus with Partial Premium Interior, and the Performance variant with Premium Interior.

Deliveries also vary from market to market. In Ireland, customers will start getting their Model 3 cars in July; in Australia and New Zealand it’ll be August, and in Japan, Hong Kong and Macau, it’ll happen sometime in the third quarter of 2019. 

It’s also worth noting that the company today launched the China-made Model 3 in China. The price of the cheapest variant sold in China is 328,000 yuan or $47,530, which is 13% lower than the imported variant. 

As noted by Electrek, Tesla’s Model 3 is now available in all markets where Tesla has an official presence, which is quite a big deal considering the car’s slow and painful rollout

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