Tesla now offers the Model 3 2021 version where in addition to bigger autonomy it has targeted on improvements both externally and internally. So the standard version Standard Range Plus now has 263 miles (430 km in Europe) of range compared to 250 miles or 409 km ago.
In the next version, which is the Long Range, the increase in autonomy is even greater reaching 353 miles or 580 km in Europe. So it’s an increase of almost 30 miles compared to before. The Model 3 Performance version now has 315 miles of range from 299 miles.
At the same time, the last two versions, Long Range and Performance, have also performed better, where for 0-60 mph they need 4.4 and 3.1 seconds respectively.
- Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus – 263 miles / 0-60 mph – 5,3 sec.
- Tesla Model 3 Long Range – 353 miles / 0-60 mph – 4,2 sec.
- Tesla Model 3 Performance – 315 miles / 0-60 mph – 3.1 sec.
- Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus – 430 km / 0-100 km/h – 5,6 sec.
- Tesla Model 3 Long Range – 580 km / 0-100 km/h – 4,4 sec.
- Tesla Model 3 Performance – 567 km / 0-100 km/h – 3.3 sec.
Also different is the design of the rims called Sport (18 and 19 inches) and Uberturbine (20 inches), while upgraded tyres are also designed to improve rolling resistance. Externally, the windows now have double glass resulting in better soundproofing while there is a satin black casing on the external door handles.
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In the Tesla Model 3 2021, the shiny black panel lining, which was in the previous version, has been replaced by a matte black finish, while the seat controls as well as those on the steering wheel have been changed. Differences also exist in the center console, which also incorporates a wireless charging system of two smartphones.
Also a new feature where (not shown) was added to the mechanical points of the car. As with the Model Y, the Model 3 has a heat pump aimed at further expanding the vehicle’s range of motion with one charge.