Posted on April 8, 2016
Tesla Model 3 Spotted Driving Around Town
Last week some Tesla Model 3s were seen driving around in public. Over 325,000 pre-orders for Tesla’s new Model 3 $35,000 entry-level sedan have already been placed around the world since Tesla revealed the new electric car prototype last week.
In communications with Business Insider, Tesla revealed that their engineers are continuing to test drive the cars and will continue logging miles on them. While giving the public an opportunity to see the Model 3 in action, Tesla says the prototype is still being developed and worked on.
While not releasing any details about performance ratings, battery options or powertrain specifications yet, Tesla has generated a huge amount of excitement in debuting the new Model 3.
See the New Tesla Model 3 Prototype in Action
Check out this video showing two different Tesla Model 3 versions out on the road!
With a range of 215 miles, the new electric Tesla Model 3 is a sedan with 4 doors and a trunk. Unlike the Model S, the Model 3 is not a 5-door hatchback even though the Tesla hatchback is sometimes called a sedan as well.
Central Touchscreen Display Dominates Tesla’s Model 3 Prototype Interior
While we don’t know if this will be exactly what the final version of Tesla’s Model 3 will look like, the interior of the prototype features a large central touchscreen that provides easy access to everything you need.