2023 Tesla Model 3: The Future of Driving Has Arrived – Prepare to Be Amazed Beyond Your Wildest Dreams

You can say whatever you want regarding Tesla Model 3 as well as its CEO Elon Musk, and there’s a number of things to consider, but it’s clear that the Model 3 electric car changed the rules of the EV game.

 Its relatively low price and impressive range of driving and its performance make it a huge selling car and keeps its position in the market against the advancing tide of more modern electric vehicles like models like the Hyundai Ioniq6 or Polestar 2. Polestar 2.

 A close examination of our longer-term Tesla Model 3 as well as several test vehicles has revealed that the the build quality is not great. In the age of SUVs, there are some who will surely choose Tesla Model 3 over the Model Y SUV rather than Tesla Model 3 is a great choice. Model 3 is easy to enjoy and drive.

 Its Long Range model offers an estimated 358 miles of road-trip which means that in our eyes it’s the best model to get regardless of whether we’re attracted by the Performance trim’s power boost and more racier appearance.

Tesla Model 3 What’s New In 2023?

Tesla Model 3 What's New In 2023?
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As of now there is nothing new in the 2023 editions of Tesla’s cheapest Tesla Model 3. But, there are reports that the electric car might soon see an overhaul in its design–although considering the history of Tesla, the new Model 3 may not be in production until the 2024 model year.

Pricing Tesla Model 3

Presently it is available in it is currently available in the Rear-Wheel Drive trim of the Tesla Tesla Model 3 starts at an MSRP of $40,000 with no adjustments, and that’s not counting tax, destination or any other charges.

To provide you with the complete cost that comes with Model 3 we also included the full price range of Tesla Model 3, we also priced it with every upgrade available, including red paint and 19” Sport Wheels as well as black and white interiors and the ever-present fully self-driving capabilities with another $15,000. The fully loaded RWD Model 3 costs $59,740.

If you’re not ready to spend the money for self-driving features, Tesla offers a less extensive add-on known as Enhanced Autopilot that delivers features such as auto lane change along with autoparking and navigation with autopilot. This option costs $6,000 instead of the $15k described in the previous paragraph.

Tesla Model 3 Price
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Its Long Range Tesla Model 3 used to be priced at $55,990, and a top price of $72,490. However, the sales were held for a number of months, until the LR came back on May 20, 2023 with an MSRP starting at $47,240. You can also add the upgrades, which are listed above, like auto-driving capability and the latest Long Range Model 3 can cost you $66,740.

The Performance model is also available. The Performance version of Model 3 is also available. Model 3 starts significantly lower in 2023 than in 2022 with $50,240 MSRP. When it’s fully trimmed, it could be as high as $71,240 with 20 Uberturbine wheels as well as other accessories previously mentioned.

Another latest sales trick for Tesla is the addition of a separate charge on charging ports. Whichever version or model you select the new charging connectors will need to pay an additional $200 to $400 for a mobile or wall-mounted charging connector. Model 3 Prices have risen significantly from its first appearance as the cheapest electric vehicle from Tesla however, you could save money by buying a used Model 3.

As per the updated US Treasury Department battery guidelines The all trims of 2022-2023 Model 3 EVs qualify for a certain amount of Federal tax credit. For example Model 3 Standard RWD and the Standard RWD and returning Long Range Model 3 could be eligible for up to $3,750 credits and the Performance model is eligible for up to $7,500.

The basic rear-wheel drive model is a great value, however the estimated 272 miles of driving range might insufficient to alleviate anxiety about range for some drivers. We recommend using the Long Range model that offers an estimated 358 miles of drive per day at a cost of $38. Model 3s are all equipped including heated seats for the front and back, a navigation system along with Tesla’s Autopilot semi-autonomous driving technology.

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EV Motor, Power, and Performance

EV Motor, Power, and Performance
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As with the majority of EVs The Model 3 gains speed quickly effortlessly and virtually silently and with the motor’s electric power delivering a powerful acceleration when you stop. It’s also fast, especially in certain models. The rear-wheel drive long Range model we tried was able to sprint from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 5.1 minutes.

 Its Model 3 Performance rockets to 60 mph in only 3.5 second–0.5-second quicker than the Long-term Model 3 Long Range. Like all Teslas models, it is the Model 3 carries its battery underneath the floor, which results in a lower middle of gravity. This allows it to change direction fast and feel solid and steady in tight corners. 

The steering is precise and well-weighted. There are three different settings that alter the amount of steering effort. The ride is smooth but not harsh. It’s also free of the sound of a gasoline-powered engine, though there is plenty of road noise in the cabin as the tires bang and roll over the pavement.

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