The Tesla Model 3 has undergone another update, bringing larger batteries offering boosts in driving range.
Tesla has treated its cheapest electric car range to a battery update, with the revised 2022 Tesla Model 3 on sale now through the American brand’s website.
As reported in our full story here, the Chinese-made Model 3 has gained larger battery packs across all models – believed to measure 62kWh in entry-level models, or 82kWh in Long Range and Performance variants – for no additional cost, with the cheapest version of Tesla’s smallest electric car still opening from $59,900 before on-road costs.
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