The Tesla Model 3 is one of the most anticipated new car releases of 2017 – and we’re here in California, among the first to drive it.
Following the first 30 deliveries tonight, Tesla will begin mass producing the Model 3 for global markets with Australia expecting to get its first deliveries in early 2019. It should land here at around $50,000.
So, what’s it like to drive? We’ll get to that in a minute, but, first, let’s look at some of the innovations packed in here.
Releasing just another car would be a bit of a cop out, so it’s worth pointing out some of the interesting features that will make the Model 3 unique.
Getting in and out of the car will no longer happen with a key, or even a regular ‘fob’. The driver can open the door using their phone (over Bluetooth or GSM) and if they don’t have their phone handy, or if the battery is flat, they open it using an RFID card.
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