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Tesla Model 3
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Tesla Model 3 Pricing and Specs

2021 price from
$59,900*

The Tesla MODEL 3 is available from $59,900 to $105,900 for the 2021 Sedan across a range of models.

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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2022 $59,900 $105,900
2021 $59,900 $105,900
2020 $54,500 $97,900
2019 $53,600 $93,060

Tesla MODEL 3 FAQs

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  • 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.

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  • How long is a tesla model 3?

    The Tesla Model 3 is 4690mm long.

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  • 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.

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