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Here's how to watch Tesla's Model 3 event on July 28

Surprise, surprise -- the automaker announced it on Twitter.

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Twitter isn't just the new home for dictating US government policy. It's also Tesla's favorite place to dish out news.

According to a new tweet from Tesla's main account, the Model 3 event on July 28 will be livestreamed on Tesla.com, starting at 8:45 p.m. Pacific. The event will entail Tesla delivering the first 30 Model 3 sedans to their new owners. It'll be the first major event involving the Model 3 since the first one rolled off the production line earlier this month.

We'll be at the event in Fremont and will bring you whatever we can scrounge up -- pictures, first impressions and such. Keep your eyes posted to Roadshow starting at 8:45 p.m. Pacific tomorrow for the big event.

In case you've been living under a rock, the Model 3 is Tesla's first affordable electric car. With a range in excess of 215 miles and a pre-incentive starting price of $35,000, it stands to bring the fight to the Chevrolet Bolt EV, which is just about to go on sale nationwide. Hopefully, the event will also give us a better idea of the options and pricing structure, since we still don't know much about those.