Tesla Removes Mention Of Standard Range Model 3 From Its Website. What’s Going On?

Tesla has been promising the world that it would begin production of its ‘affordable’ Tesla Model 3 Standard Range electric car some time in the middle of this year. Offering a real-world range of 220 miles per charge, Tesla’s entry-level Model 3 is the car that many Model 3 deposit holders have been waiting nearly three years to buy.

Yesterday however, Tesla mysteriously removed reference to the Model 3 Standard Range from its website, causing mild panic among some Tesla customers.

Is Tesla trying to remove Model 3 Standard Range from the Model 3 lineup? Is it a website glitch? Or is there a plausible reason for the change?

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