It appears the Tesla Model 3 isn’t what it claims to be. During an impromptu ‘ask me anything’ (AMA) session on Twitter, company CEO Elon Musk has revealed that the electric’s car design will still undergo some tweaking, and “part two” of the car will be on its way.

Unlike its siblings – the Model S and Model X, the Model 3 made its debut recently without a front grille. While it may appear to be a deterrent for sales, pre-order numbers of the car appears to tell a whole different story. According to Musk, around 276,000 orders have been notched up by the end of Saturday.

Revisions to the Model 3’s looks aren’t just limited to the car’s exterior either. Other Twitter users took the opportunity during the AMA session to share their thoughts on the car’s unconventional cabin, to which Musk responded, “wait until you see the real steering controls and system for the 3. It feels like a spaceship.”

Musk also divulged more details on the Model 3, specifically on the car’s electric powertrain. While no official numbers were provided, it was revealed that the Model 3 will be a rear-wheel drive vehicle, with a dual-motor all-wheel drive setup available, similar to the Model S.

So, if you weren’t a fan of the Model 3 when it was first revealed, there may be hope as Elon and co. continue working on their mass market electric car. Whether this will cause buyers to cancel their orders and demand a refund, we’ll have to wait and see.

GALLERY: Tesla Model 3