- Tesla launched the Model S Plaid in June this year, priced at $129,990.
- The sedan has a range of 520 miles and can reach speeds of up to 200 mph.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said that the company’s Model S Plaid vehicle could be launched in China as early as next spring.
In response to a question on Twitter late Sunday about when the electric sedan would arrive in China, Musk said “probably around March.”
Tesla did not immediately respond to Businesshala’s request for more information.
Home to over 1.4 billion people, China is the largest electric car market in the world. It is home to several other electric vehicle manufacturers including Xpeng and Nio.
Tesla launched the Model S Plaid in June this year, priced at $129,990.
The car has a range of 520 miles and can reach speeds of up to 200 mph (320 kph).
When the car was launched, Musk said it would be “faster than a Porsche but safer than a Volvo.”
This summer, a new Tesla Model S Plaid caught fire in the US while the driver was at the wheel.
Tesla shares rose about 2.5% to $1,165 in pre-market trading on Monday in New York.