If you’re considering a Tesla, the 2021 Model 3 will not disappoint. It’s a great car with all-electric dual motors and a 250 to 353 miles driving range. The version I test drove starts at $56,990. However, according to Tesla, the MSRP starts at $39,990.
Expect a strong performance–this car can get up to 150 city/133 highway miles. The metal structure combines metal and steel, allowing for overall maximum strength.
The Model 3 can withstand four times its own mass in a roof-crush test. Even with an all-glass roof! It’s no joke.
Speed and All-Wheel-Drive
The Tesla Model 3 does not lack speed. It’s equipped with 20″ Überturbine wheels, performance brakes, and lowered suspension for total control. Not to mention a carbon fiber spoiler that improves stability at high speeds. This puppy can accelerate from 0-60 mph* in as little as 3.1 seconds.
The specific version I drove had two independent motors for improved redundancy. Unlike traditional all-wheel-drive systems, they digitally control torque to the front and rear wheel. This is far better handling and traction control.
However, I definitely noticed the difference in shocks on the Model 3 versus the Model S or X. Expect it to ride like a 3 series car with the tech, speed, handling, and an overall wild vibe. It’s truly like no other.
Tesla Model 3 Interior
The inside of this car is truly like no other. The all-glass roof creates a sense of openness no matter where in the car you’re sitting. Also, the 15-inch touchscreen is outstanding because it allows you to access all driver controls with ease. And did I mention that you can use your smartphone as a key? It’s wild!
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