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    ‘Tesla will not stop innovating’ and introduce ‘major updates every 12 to 18 months’, says Elon Musk


    Tesla doesn’t use the same annual model cycle as most automakers and it can result in some difficulties for customers trying to time their order in an attempt to get the latest features. Apparently, Tesla has no plan to conform to the industry standard despite some customers complaining. more…

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    Already I'm thinking of purchasing my next Tesla after my Model 3; selling it after a few years of enjoyment. Perhaps another one with more advanced features. Perhaps a Model Y.

    Something tells me that a used Model 3 will be an easy sell in the next 5 years with high resale value, plus taking advantage of the $7,500 federal tax incentive for those of us in the US who reserved early, that is a lot of extra money in my pocket and it would lessen the impact of depreciation.

    Knowing that Tesla will be having frequent major upgrades, and anticipating that I will be ordering a more basic Model 3 in order to get it ASAP and take full advantage of the tax incentive, I view my first Model 3 as an investment towards my next Tesla upgrade. Is this a reasonable assessment?
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