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Tesla Model 3 performance and Long range Perspective

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Tesla Model 3 performance 2022 is a car that lives up to its hype with its ideal blend of performance, driving range, and affordability. It’s fast and agile, so we, as EV enthusiasts, can really get behind the Model 3. It’s not necessary to charge the Model 3 every day given its staggering range of 358 miles on a single charge with the mid-level Long Range trim.

Tesla’s standard Model 3 is not as powerful as other EVs, and the car’s build quality doesn’t quite match that of the Chevy Bolt or Audi E-Tron. Still, it’s difficult to think of an easier way to own one of Tesla’s pioneering electric vehicles.

What Are Your Needs:

I’ve got a long commute, where can I charge my car? How much power does it take to run? What is range anxiety and what should I expect? These are just some of the questions people ask when they start thinking about switching to an electric vehicle. First things first: The majority of folks in America drive less than 40 miles a day, so unless you’re one of those early adopters who live up in Tesla land and work from home, you probably don’t need an electric car. But there are more choices out there than ever before (even as gas prices drop), which means there’s also more confusion for buyers.

Test Drive:

The 2022 Tesla Model 3 will be released in March of 2021 and is sure to cause a frenzy. The car will come standard with a 54 kWh battery, which is expected to drive up to 263 miles on a single charge. Although standard, we strongly recommend upgrading your battery to one of higher capacity; it’s going to make all the difference in how long you can use your car before having to recharge. As an added bonus, if you order your car today you will get free delivery and installation of a 240-volt charging system at home when they release later next year. With upgrades like these, it’s easy to see why so many people are already excited about what’s coming next from Tesla!

All Model 3 Prices:

Tesla Model 3 (Rear-Wheel Drive) $40,690

Model 3 Long Range (Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive) $46,690

Model 3 Performance $54,690

As it stands, we know a few things about pricing and variants. The Standard Range Plus will cost $40,690. A Long Range model will start at $46,690 while a Performance model will start at $54,690. Notably absent is any mention of a dual-motor option like we’ve seen in several other Teslas that comes with a better battery pack (and thus more range). We also don’t know whether or not early adopters can expect to upgrade to Dual Motor capabilities at all. This could mean that Dual Motor is only available for new customers moving forward, or it could mean that existing Model 3 owners may need to pay out of pocket for a retrofit to get Dual Motor capability.

Tesla Model 3 available Colors:

  • Pearl White Multi-Coat
  • Midnight Silver Metallic
  • Deep Blue Metallic
  • Solid Black
  • Red Multi-Coat

Top Specifications in Model 3:

  • Every Tesla is built with safety as its top priority. All cars are designed for superior safety.
  • Safety ratings for the Model 3 were 5-stars across all categories and subcategories.
  • In all crashworthiness and front crash prevention categories, the Model 3 received the IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award.
  • A core component of Model 3 is its ultra-high-strength steel chassis and its low, solid center of gravity.
  • Materials including aluminum and steel can be combined to achieve the best structure rigidity, and increase occupant safety.
  • The rigid battery pack’s strength and support provide protection from all sides, while impact-absorbing rails and center pillar reinforcements add to its durability.
  • Since the floor-mounted battery pack is mounted low to the ground with very little weight, there is little risk of rollover.

Range & Performance:

Tesla Model 3 Performance
Tesla Model 3 Range/Performance

New Modifications in Tesla 3:

Today we’ll look at how rear-wheel drive is replacing last year’s Model S design, which uses a nickel-cobalt-aluminum battery instead of lithium-ion-phosphate. Despite having a less energy dense battery pack than the previous model, this entry level Model S still manages to go 272 miles per charge. With the Long Range trim, you can expect up to 358 miles per charge for 2018 with two independent motors enabling Tesla All Wheel Drive to deliver more durability and decreased maintenance. Each motor only has one moving part, which means minimal upkeep for you. Unlike traditional all wheel drive systems, digitally controlled all wheel drive provides you with better traction control and handling options.

Fast Acceleration:

Maximize your control when you step up to the dual motor all-wheel drive model, designed with extra speed for maximum acceleration in tricky conditions. With great speeds of up to 3.1 seconds in both city traffic and open roads alike, this Tesla is built for long distance travel.

What is the best Tesla Model 3 to Buy?

The Long Range is an absolute steal at $46,690. For an extra $3,000 over its Standard Range cousin, you get a bump of nearly 150 miles in battery range. That’s enough to drive from New York City to Washington DC on a single charge – round trip. It’s also enough to complete around 100 laps of Volkswagen Group’s Ehra-Lessien test track (previously known as the Nürburgring), which Tesla claims is more than any other production car. The performance version of that same car can do it in about 90 seconds with one passenger.

What is the real range of a Tesla Model 3 performance?

One pedal driving comes standard on the Tesla Model 3. It also features an impressive range of up to 360 miles per charge, thanks to excellent braking energy recovery.

Is the Tesla 3 performance worth it?

Apparently, we cannot find anyone who complains about this problem while using the latest features of the Tesla Model 3. Every response we receive is undeniably positive and we advise you invest in this update to get high-quality features. The low number of capabilities may not be available often but it’s sure to provide some good laughs.

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