Tesla Motors is struggling to, but that isn't stopping Elon Musk from sending a new type of electric vehicle up the on-ramp. this Thursday, and Musk invited the rest of the world to tune in via a live webcast of the event at 8 p.m. PT.
CNET's Tim Stevens will be on the ground reporting at the event throughout the evening Thursday.
"This will blow your mind clear out of your skull and into an alternate dimension," Musk tweeted Sunday.
The unveiling had originally been expected several weeks earlier, but Musk said it was delayed to address Model 3 bottlenecks and work on increasing and other hurricane-ravaged regions.
Tesla typically livestreams product unveilings via its website and YouTube channel. Check both or return to this page as Thursday approaches, where we'll embed the livestream feed as soon as it's available.
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