Articles about Model 3

Musk Explains Why There's A Camera Inside The Model 3
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has provided more clarity on why the company has placed a camera inside the Model 3. It’s located above the rear-view mirror. The camera could augment Tesla’s Sentry Mode which uses all of the cameras the vehicle has to keep an eye out if it suspects a potential danger. A recent video of a woman keying a Model 3 showed just how useful it can be. […]

Tesla's Sentry Mode Records Woman Keying A Model 3
If you are the sort of person who gets attached to their car then coming out one fine day to find out that someone keyed it can be the absolute worst. A video captured by Tesla’s Sentry Mode is making the rounds online which shows a woman keying a Tesla Model 3. The company recently introduced this feature which allows the car to capture 360 degree using the integrated cameras.

Tesla's Promised $35,000 Model 3 Is Finally Here
Tesla fans have long been holding out hope for the promised $35,000 base variant of the Model 3 and the wait for them ends now. The company has reduced the price of its mass-market electric car to $35,000. It has made a significant change to the way it sells cars as well.

Tesla Model 3 Was World's Best Selling EV Last Year
The Model 3 is Tesla’s first mass-market electric car. While the promised $35,000 base model is still not here yet, that hasn’t prevented the company from selling thousands of vehicles. According to a new report, the Tesla Model 3 was actually the best selling electric vehicle in the world last year.


Internal Emails Hint Leasing Option For Tesla’s Model 3 Could Be Coming
Tesla makes some very impressive cars in terms of their design and also performance. Unfortunately that combination has resulted in cars that are a little out of the price range for more than a few, not to mention the fact that they are electric cars, it gives customers additional pause, especially when trying to decide if these cars might be worth investing in.

Tesla Enters Model 3 Into Serious Hacking Contest Pwn2Own
Pwn2Own is a serious hacking competition that takes place every year. Security researchers from across the globe compete to crack browsers, enterprise applications, virtualization software, server-side software, and now automobiles in exchange for rewards. Tesla has entered the Model 3 into the contest to ensure that it remains safe from a cybersecurity point of view. The winning security researcher will walk away with a Model 3.

Tesla's $35,000 Model 3 Currently Costs $38,000 To Build
The Model 3 is Tesla’s mass-market electric car. It was announced with a price tag of $35,000 before tax incentives, making it the cheapest vehicle ever made by the electric car company. While tens of thousands of Model 3 units have rolled off the production line, they haven’t been the $35,000 base model. That’s not expected to arrive before next year, partly because it currently costs more to build that […]

Tesla Rolls Out 'Track Mode' For The Model 3
Tesla had announced the “Track Mode” for its Model 3 electric sedan earlier this year and the company is now sending out an update for the car which enables this mode which will enable drivers to drift their electric car. What the software does is simply disable all traction control protection and repurpose the dual electric motors in the Performance variants to improve cornering and enable drivers to drift.

Cheaper Model 3 Now Being Sold By Tesla
Tesla is now selling a cheaper variant of the Model 3, its first mass-market electric car. The mid-range battery version of this car starts at $45,000 before tax incentives. The variant has an estimated battery range of 260 miles. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed the availability of this new variant through Twitter.

Tesla Is Offering Immediate Model 3 Deliveries
It hasn’t been easy to get your hands on a Tesla Model 3 ever since the mass market electric car was announced a few years back. Tesla had been struggling to keep up with demand and that pushed back deliveries for customers who had even put down a deposit for the car. In a bid to improve sales numbers for the Model 3, Tesla is now reportedly offering immediate delivery.

Tesla May Begin Promoting Its Model 3 Sedan
Tesla received hundreds of thousands of pre-orders for its first mass-market electric car, the Model 3, soon after it was unveiled. The company hasn’t done much to promote the car since then, there have been no marketing campaigns to speak of. That may be partly because the company had been very busy in sorting out the production issues that were preventing it from filling the pre-orders at the expected rate. […]

Tesla Rolls Out 'Summon' Autonomous Parking Mode To The Model 3
Tesla has now enabled its Model 3 sedan to park itself. The company has confirmed that the “Summon” autonomous parking mode is rolling out now for the Model 3. Tesla Model 3 owners can use this mode to pull their car into and out of a parking spot. The feature can even control garage doors so the car can be taken out of the garage even while you’re in the […]

Tesla Finally Meets Its Model 3 Production Goal
There has been no shortage of reports about Tesla struggling to meet its production targets for the Model 3, its first mass-market electric car. According to a new report, the company has finally met its production target for the Model 3. Tesla has been aiming to produce 5,000 units of the Model 3 per week and it’s said to have met that goal yesterday.

Tesla Will Produce Model 3 Units 24/7 To Meet Demand
Tesla has been in production hell for the Model 3 as it hasn’t been able to properly ramp up production for its mass-market electric car. The company’s CEO Elon Musk has acknowledged that excessive automation is partly to be blamed for the production bottlenecks. An internal email from Tesla has been leaked online which reveals that Musk has now set a more aggressive production target for the Model 3 in […]