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Tesla Model 3

2017
Tesla Model 3 2017 sedan Trim Shown: 2017 Long Range sedan RWD Direct
The latest model to join Tesla's lineup is the Model 3 sedan, positioned as the most affordable car in the line. With prices starting at $36,200, the Model 3 promises a claimed 220-mile. The uplevel version starting at $44,000 has a claimed range of 310 miles. Either way, it's expected to deliver swift acceleration and a full suite of standard advanced safety features. As with the Model S, there will be a dual motors version, making it an all-wheel drive car. The Autopilot driver-assist hardware is an option but it can also be enabled retroactively with an over-the-air software upgrade. Sized and priced to compete with the BMW 3 Series, the Model 3 seats five. The dash is barren, with the exception of a massive, landscape-oriented touch screen and no traditional instrument cluster directly in front of the driver. Production has just started and should ramp up by the end of 2017.
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