Tesla Model 3

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Sedan, Electric
Expected Launch: Nov 2021
₹ 75 Lakh
Expected Price

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The electric car manufacturer is offering five models in the home market that includes the Model S, Model 3, Model X, Roadster and Model Y. Talking about the Tesla Model 3, the electric car is offered in three variants - Performance, Long Range AWD & Standard Plus. The performance variant is capable of hitting 0 to 60 mph in just 3.6 seconds whereas the standard & long-range variants take 5.3 seconds and 4.4 seconds, respectively. Tesla Model 3 is offered in three variants - Standard, Long Range & Performance.

The Tesla Model 3 is one of the most anticipated electric cars from the American car manufacturer. The mid-size premium sedan shares most of its design and style cues with the flagship sedan from Tesla - the Model S.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the Expected Price of Tesla Model 3 ?

    The Price of Tesla Model 3 is expected to be Rs.75 Lakh.
  • What is the Estimated Launch date of Tesla Model 3 ?

    The Estimated Launch date of Tesla Model 3 is Nov 11, 2021.
  • What are the Expected Key Specifications of Tesla Model 3 ?

    Tesla Model 3 will be a sedan available in Automatic transmission and Electric Car options.

Tesla Model 3 News

  • Consumer Reports Call Tesla Automated Parking 'Glitchy'

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said last week it was looking into parking lot crashes of Tesla Model 3s trying to drive to owners under the Smart Summon feature.
  • Tesla Model 3 Scores 5 Stars In Euro NCAP Crash Tests

    American electric automaker Tesla's most affordable offering, the Model 3 has been awarded five stars in the latest round of the Euro New Car Assessment Programme (NCAP) crash tests. The electric vehicle scored a good 96 per cent in adult occupant protection and 86 per cent for child occupant protection. The Tesla Model 3 also scored 94 per cent fo...
  • Tesla's Delivery Team Gutted In Recent Job Cuts

    The cuts, which have not been previously reported, could fuel investor worries that demand for the Model 3 in the United States has tailed off after a large tax break for consumers expired last year.
  • Tesla To Deliver New Model 3 Orders By Year End

    Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said on Thursday that Model 3s ordered in the United States by the end of this month will be delivered by Dec. 31, as the electric carmaker tries to take advantage of tax breaks. "Tesla just acquired trucking capacity to ensure Model 3 can be delivered in U.S. by Dec 31 if ordered by Nov 30," Musk tweeted...
  • First-Ever Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Performance Rolls Off New Assembly Line

    The Tesla Model 3 dual motor performance version is the high performance version of the electric car and is capable of doing 0-100kmph in just 3.5 seconds.
  • Tesla Model 3 Performance And Dual Motor Variants Officially Announced

    Tesla has officially announced the highly anticipated and much awaited Tesla Model 3 AWD and Tesla Model 3 Performance variants. The performance version of the Tesla Model 3 will be available earlier with production starting around July 2018 with the standard AWD versions starting soon after. Tesla has also announced prices on the Model S AWD and t...
  • Tesla Model 3 Braking Improves With On-Air Software Update

    The 'connected automobile' has truly come of age. While in the past, one had to resort to mechanical upgrades like better brake pads, cross drilled and slotted discs and of course, weight reduction, to improve braking performance, Tesla has done it with a few lines of computer code. A new on-air update for the Tesla Model 3 has improved braking in ...
  • Tesla Model 3 Production To Increase To 6000 Cars A Week

    Tesla is about to expand the manufacturing capacity of its Gigafactory to accommodate even more capacity and increase manufacturing figure to over 6000 a month.
  • Tesla's Musk Admits Model 3 Braking Issue, Promises Fix

    Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk has sought to play down a report identifying "big flaws" in its Model 3 sedan, admitting there is a braking issue with the vehicle but saying it will be fixed with a software update within days.