Tesla Model 3 Pricing and Specs
Originally lauded as Tesla’s first foray into the more ‘affordable’ new car space, the Model 3 probably disappointed Australian buyers by originally providing us with only fairly highly-specified cars (which likely helped the brand make some margin on building it right-hand drive and shipping it all the way to us…). As such, the Model 3 starts at $59,900 for the entry-level Model 3 Standard Range Plus RWD to a significant $105,900 for the Model 3 Performance. The Model 3 sits below the brand’s breakout Model S sedan and Model X SUV, and shares much of its underpinnings with the brand’s next car, the Model Y SUV.
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Tesla MODEL 3 FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Tesla MODEL 3 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Is the tesla model 3 front wheel drive or rear wheel drive?
The Tesla Model 3 is available in rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive platforms. The AWD and AWD performance models use two motors, one mounted in the front like RWD models but with an extra electric motor in the rear.Show more
How long is a tesla model 3?
The Tesla Model 3 is 4690mm long.Show more
How many horsepower does a tesla model 3 have?
Technically, none. Tesla has recently dropped "horsepower" ratings for their all-electric cars as they are not truly representative of the power the electric motors put out. Instead, electric motors are generally rate by kilowatt-hours (kWh), and the Model 3 has three different outputs from different battery packs available - 50kWh, 62kWh, and 75kWh.Show more