Saturday, July 29, 2017

a quick summary of the new Tesla 3 info.

Tesla is initially offering just one configuration of the new sedan: Rear-wheel-drive with the optional 310-mile Long Range battery and premium package.

While the Model 3’s previously touted $35,000 base price remains, the two mandatory options add $9,000 and $5,000 to the price, respectively, bringing the total pre-incentive sticker of the Model 3 Long Range Premium to $49,000.

The bigger battery Long Range can hit 60 mph in just 5.1 seconds versus 5.6 seconds for the standard 220-mile car, which will become available in the fall once production pace has ramped up

Top speed increases from 130 mph to 140, and it charges about 25% quicker, collecting 170 miles of range per hour at a supercharger instead of 130, and 37 miles of range per hour on a 240-volt outlet versus 30.

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