Tesla Model 3 is ranked on the top of the best electric cars all over the world. This is the electric car that everyone is currently talking about. Being stunning, futuristic, and eventually reasonably priced, this Tesla is smaller, cheaper than the version of the original Tesla, the Model S. In this article, I will give you Tesla Model 3 review to help you understand this model in detail.
1. Price of Tesla Model 3:
An important part that should be included in the Tesla Model 3 review is the price. The Model 3 Standard Range Plus carries a base price of $39,990.
Longer-range models carry a hefty price increase, but they’re still less expensive than some competitors. The Model 3 Long Range starts at $48,990, and the top-of-the-line Model 3 Performance costs $56,990. That’s less than a lot of luxury EV’s top-trim prices.
Measuring in at 4,690mm long and 2,080mm wide including mirrors, the Model 3 is slightly shorter and wider than a BMW 3 Series. It feels far better suited to British roads than its Model S and Model X siblings as a result.
Legroom, headroom, and passenger space
The Model 3 is designed to carry four adults in comfort and it manages that task well: there’s loads of space in the front, while rear-seat passengers get enough head and legroom to enjoy a longer journey – through foot space is lacking slightly.
The Model 3 boasts a total of 425 liters of boot space when both front and rear storage areas are added together – shy of the BMW 3 Series’ storage space by around 55 liters. The rear boot seems large but a relatively small opening limits its flexibility when compared to hatchback EVs. The front boot is big enough for two small soft bags but can’t quite swallow suitcases like one on the Model S.
Flexibility is enhanced by split-folding rear seats and an extra storage compartment under the rear boot floor, while the power tailgate can be operated via a button at the rear of the car, on the touchscreen, or by using the Tesla app.
Most electric cars aren’t rated for towing but Tesla sells the Model 3 with the option to add a two-hitch for around £970 pounds. Tesla states that this cannot be added to the car retrospectively, however. Tesla claims that the Model 3 can tow ‘up to 910kg’.
3. Engines, performance, and drive
Tesla Model 3 is one of the best EVs around to drive. It’s really fast, fun, and refined.
The entry-level, rear-drive Model 3 is lighter than its more powerful counterpart thanks to a lack of a second electric motor, so the Standard Range Plus should feel a little more agile. Performance stats are impressive and should make sure the cheapest Model 3 is still faster than most EVs of similar size.
Those looking for the ultimate driving experience will be best served by the Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive Performance version. Acceleration is breathtaking, with incredible off-the-line performance and effortless overtaking. There’s enough power on tap to make short work of some of the fastest performance saloons around in most everyday situations.