The Model 3 is a unique, luxurious car.
The Model 3 is Tesla’s answer to the Tesla model 3 fully electric vehicle. It’s sleek, comfortable, and made with cutting-edge technology that sets the bar high for the other EV manufacturers.
And not only does it have a range of different features to let you customize your car, but it has a range of options that are better than any other EV! Plus, its environmental impact is minimal.
If you’re interested in an environmentally friendly vehicle with plenty of stunning features and great design, then this might be perfect for you!
You’ll never have to worry about filling up at the gas station again, and the Model 3 boasts a sleek, unique design with enough power to run circles around anything else. This is the perfect car for you!
The Model 3 has a great design, but it lacks in certain areas. For instance, it feels cramped inside, and the rear seats are useless. However, it handles well on twisty roads and looks excellent as well as powerful.
What We Like:
Easier to insure.
Better build quality than other Tesla models.
Vastly cheaper when considering fuel, maintenance, and cost of ownership over time.
Quicker battery charging time in comparison to other Tesla models.
You’ll feel like you’re in a sci-fi movie with the touchscreen display! Incredible!
What We Don’t Like:
You have to buy some accessories, namely some nice-looking hub caps, a solar roof, and a nice-looking paint job.
Even though you can charge it at home overnight, the UI has some practical limitations.
A bit complicated for someone who’s never driven a car before (like my wife).
The Model S and Model X have similar drivetrain and almost the exact exterior dimensions as the Model 3.
What are the new features of the Tesla Model 3?
Tesla just announced that for 2021, their entry-level Model 3 sedan would have a host of enhancements. These include exterior styling elements with chrome and black trim, three new wheel designs, and a redesigned centre console with wireless phone charging pads.
Visually, the most significant change is that Tesla ditched the bright chrome for satin black trim on some of the exterior elements.
These include the side view mirrors, door-sill protectors, and rear license plate. With these changes, it looks like Tesla is attempting to increase the sportiness of their entry-level Model 3 sedan.
To improve the Model 3’s driving range, Tesla increases the car’s capacity to store energy. This means that Long Range Model 3s will now have an increased range of 353 miles per charge, up 31 miles from the 2020 model.
The Standard Range Plus model now claims a driving range of 263 miles per charge (up 13 miles), while the Long Range Plus model will deliver 310 miles (up 17 miles). These are all improvements over Tesla’s previous claim for its entry-level Model 3.
What about the battery technology for Tesla Model 3?
This sleek sedan offers a range of trim levels customized with different features for your specific needs.
You can choose from the Standard Range Plus with an estimated range of 263 miles to the Long Range or Performance models, which are both estimated to have 315-mile ranges. Upgrading to one of these models also gives you more options for charging!
The Model 3 comes with the most charging methods you could ever need, so you’ll never be stranded without enough juice in your battery.
The Tesla network of fast-charging stations called Superchargers lets you charge up in minutes while 240- and 120-volt outlets allow for quick charges at home, and the Model 3 comes with adapters for DC public-charging stations.