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2020 Tesla Model 3 Pricing and Specs

2020 Tesla Model 3
Pricing starts from

$67,900

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

The Tesla Model 3 2020 prices range from $67,900 for the basic trim level Sedan Model 3 Standard Range Plus to $102,012 for the top of the range Sedan Model 3 Performance.

The Tesla Model 3 2020 is available in Electric.

A new generation of the Tesla Model 3 Sedan was released this year.

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Tesla Model 3 Models SPECS PRICE
Long Range Electric1 speed automatic $85,900
Long Range AWD Electric1 speed automatic $91,612
Performance Electric1 speed automatic $102,012
Performance Electric1 speed automatic $92,900
Standard Range Plus Electric1 speed automatic $67,900
Standard Range RWD Electric1 speed automatic $73,900
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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Tesla Model 3 2020 FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Tesla Model 3 2020 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • What is the ordering process for a Tesla Model 3?

    Tesla certainly does things differently, starting with the cars themselves and extending right throughout the entire purchasing and ownership experience. Basically, Tesla has no dealerships per se, so, to buy a brand-new Tesla you go to the website, create an online account, design the specifics (options and colours) of the car you want and then place your order. And it’s all done electronically.

    You then have three days to make any changes to the car’s specification, after which it’s pretty much locked down and Tesla will have begun assembling the bits and pieces that you’ve ordered. It’s after this three-day period that you’ll actually talk to a Tesla employee, who will guide you through the paperwork, payment options and delivery details.

    In a way, it’s no different to any other form of online shopping but it does presume that Tesla buyers are also internet savvy enough to trust this process. After all, we’re not talking about pocket-money here, are we?

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