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Elon Musk gives a tentative release date for the Tesla Model Y

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If you can even trust anything that comes from Elon Musk’s Twitter account, it looks like Tesla’s next electric car will be officially revealed in early 2019.

The forthcoming Model Y has been the topic of much speculation, and after a busy day of tweeting Musk said the compact SUV could be unveiled “anytime from late this year to mid next year.”

Rather flippantly he responded to a post inquiring about Model Y timing with simply “March 15.” He later explained he had made up the date “because the Ides of March sounded good.” 

Last year Tesla showed a teaser image of the vehicle with no side mirrors. Not much else has been shared about the newest electric car’s availability until now. Musk has always been vague about when the new car would be unveiled.

Now that deliveries of the Model 3 sedan are slowly getting on track, Musk is turning his attention to the next thing — once he finishes his media takedown and latest Twitter meltdown.

Beware the Ides of March, and a megalomaniac spending too much time on Twitter.

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