The Tesla Model 3 is one of the most eagerly anticipated Tesla cars in India. This luxury sedan will be the company’s most cost-effective vehicle. Tesla will also include supercharging as a standard feature on all Model 3 models.
A significant buzz has arisen in the months since Tesla’s debut into the Indian market was announced, and electric car aficionados are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the much-anticipated vehicle. Among the commotion, photographs of Tesla’s entry-level Model 3 test drive have leaked on the internet.
In January of this year, Tesla Motors India & Energy Pvt Ltd, the company’s Indian subsidiary, was registered in Bengaluru under the name Tesla Motors India & Energy Pvt Ltd.
According to ‘Automobili Ardent,’ a Facebook page about automobiles, the Model 3 was sighted in Bengaluru with a blood-red-colored body.
Tesla model 3 specifications
Standard Plus, Long Range, and Performance are the three electric powertrain options for the Tesla Model 3.
Following are the Tesla’s Model 3 Electric Powertrain Configurations:
- Standard Plus,
- Long Range, and
The Long Range and Performance models have a dual-motor all-wheel-drive system with ranges of 568 and 507 kilometres, respectively. The Standard Plus, on the other hand, has a rear-wheel drivetrain with a range of 423 kilometres on a single charge.
The Performance model, on the other hand, has a top speed of 261 km/h and can sprint from 0 to 97 km/h in 3.1 seconds. Tesla is expected to launch the Model 3 Standard Plus and Long Range models initially in India, with the Performance variant following later. It is expected to cost 70 lakhs INR, putting it in direct rivalry with the Mercedes-Benz EQC and Jaguar I Pace.
Tesla model 3 ground clearance is 140 mm.
Tesla model 3 charging time
With a Level 2 charger, the Tesla Model 3 takes about seven hours to charge. Standard range versions get 263 miles (approx.) on a full charge, while long-range performance models get 353 miles. The Tesla Model S gets 136 miles (approx.) after 15 minutes at a Supercharger.
Tesla model 3 features
Sweptback LED headlights, LED tail lights, 18-inch alloy wheels, A-pillar mounted ORVMs, rear bumper-mounted reflectors, a lip spoiler for the boot lid, and an optional aero kit are among the Tesla Model 3’s design highlights.
The Tesla Model 3 features a big tablet screen in the dashboard that serves as an entertainment system, doubles as an instrument console, and provides access to all car-related functions; all-black leather seating, a panoramic sunroof, and wooden dashboard accents.
The Tesla Model 3 has a seating capacity of five occupants.
The Model 3 has eight cameras, a forward RADAR, and twelve ultrasonic sensors, allowing for active safety features such as collision avoidance and automatic emergency braking. The automobile also boasts a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System and 6 front row and 2 side curtain airbags.
The automobile includes Tesla’s Semi-Autonomous Driving Technology, which is a cutting-edge technology. The autonomous mode may change lanes, move from one motorway to another, exit the freeway, and self-park at your destination autonomously.
There is no combustion engine, gearbox, or gasoline tank in an electric car. This frees up a significant amount of space in the Model 3’s cabin. Passengers have ample of legroom in the front and back, and the single-pane glass roof contributes to the cabin’s sense of space and openness. The Model 3 also features two boots, one in front where the engine would be in a traditional automobile and the other in the back.
Tesla model 3 top speed
Thanks to a single 180kW motor, this vehicle can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds and reach a top speed of 140 mph. The Model 3 Performance has two electric motors that generate 335kW of power, or 449bhp. That’s good for a 3.1-second 0-60 mph time and a top speed of 162 mph, which is comparable to supercars.
Tesla model 3 boot space
When all front and back storage compartments are combined, the Model 3 has a total boot space of 425 litres, which is around 55 litres less than the BMW 3 Series. Although the rear boot appears to be wide, its flexibility is limited when compared to hatchback EVs due to a short opening.
Tesla model 3 engine
The Tesla Model 3 will be able to accelerate from 0 to 96 kilometres per hour in under 6 seconds thanks to its all-electric motor. Tesla will also build a supercharger network across India to allow fast charging in around 75 minutes, giving you the flexibility to travel wherever you want without worrying about battery discharge.
The Tesla Model 3 is available with a single or dual motor. When completely charged, it can travel 423 kilometres. It goes from 0 to 100 in less than 6 seconds. The top-of-the-line model has a range of 586 kilometres and accelerates from zero to 100 kilometres per hour in under three seconds.
Tesla model 3 price in India
Model 3 is Tesla’s entry-level model, with a starting price of $39,990 (about Rs 30 lakh) in the United States. The base model in India, however, would cost between Rs 70 lakh and Rs 80 lakh because to the custom tax levied on foreign-made vehicles.
Tesla model 3 release date
Tesla is yet to make an official announcement on the launch of its first vehicle in India. The corporation, on the other hand, may be able to do so very soon. A new set of spy photos of the Tesla Model 3 has appeared, reigniting speculation of a launch event.
Is Tesla Model 3 a reliable car?
the Tesla Model 3 has only managed a four out of five reliability rating once.
The majority of models of Tesla have concerns with body integrity and hardware. But that shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. After all, Tesla is famous for its poor build quality.
What is the most affordable Tesla?
With a selling price of $41,190 in USA, the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus is the cheapest Tesla on the market right now.
The Tesla Model 3 could restore your trust in electric automobiles as fast, attractive, and technologically advanced ways of transportation. Everything, however, hinges on the Model 3’s affordability, charging network, and how Elon Musk addresses infrastructure-related difficulties with this new model, which is the most affordable Tesla ever.