When the Tesla Model 3 was unveiled in April 2016, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that event was only the first part, with more promised for later — and now we know that "later" will be by the end of 2016.
With that looming deadline (presumably to show off what Tesla hopes will be the production version of the car) and a late 2017 production start for the Model 3, Musk revealed at Code Conference that they're set to wrap up design work for the Model 3 by mid-July:
Aiming for pencils down in about six weeks, complete pencils down. If there are ideas future cool things we'll have it in version two, version three, future years type thing.
As for what exactly we should expect at that late 2016 "Part Two" unveiling? Musk was coy, but given the "it's not entirely finished yet" interior of the Model 3 and long-running rumors about full autonomy, we wouldn't be surprised if Tesla finally explained the sparse dashboard with a true self-driving car.