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  • Tesla has struggled to hit its production goals for the Model 3.
  • As Tesla struggles to deliver on its first mass-market electric car, a number of other brands are updating models they have been able to produce reliably or revealing upcoming electric cars that will compete with the Model 3 in the near future.
  • They include the 2018 Nissan Leaf, BMW Mini E, and Volkswagen I.D.

After receiving hundreds of thousands of pre-orders for its much-hyped Model 3 electric sedan, Tesla has struggled to build and deliver the car on time. Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the company didn’t come close to meeting its 2017 Model 3 production goals, and it doesn’t seem like the company will master the production process for the car anytime soon.

As Tesla struggles to deliver on its first mass-market electric car, a number of other brands are updating models they have been able to produce reliably or revealing upcoming electric cars that will compete with the Model 3 in the near future.

Here are six cars Tesla may have to worry about in the coming years.

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1. 2018 Nissan Leaf

Nissan will release the 2018 model of its Leaf early in the year. The car will start at $29,990.

Nissan focused on enhancing the driving experience with the 2018 model.

The car will have features, like enhanced autopilot and braking systems, that were designed to make the driving experience more painless.

2. 2018 Chevy Bolt

General Motors surprised many in 2015 by releasing an affordable electric vehicle, the Chevy Bolt, before Tesla. The 2018 Bolt starts at $37,495.

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