2024 Tesla Model 3
The 2024 Tesla Model 3 presents itself with updates in both design and functionality. This iteration arrives amidst growing competition in the electric vehicle sector, notably from BMW i4, Hyundai Ioniq 6, and Polestar 2.
Design and Interior Modifications
Since its initial release in 2017, the Model 3 has largely maintained its exterior and interior design. This year, however, Tesla has introduced changes in the new Tesla Model 3 that merit attention. The interior sees a shift in materials, aiming for a more premium feel compared to its predecessor. Notably, the cabin has been redesigned for reduced noise, and the steering wheel has been updated, likely in response to user feedback.
The backseat of the 2024 Model 3 area now includes an 8.0-inch screen, enabling passengers to control the air conditioning and engage with multimedia content, a functional addition for longer trips.
The Tesla Model 3 2024 is available in different variants:
The price for the 2024 Tesla Model3 is expected to start at 42,000 $ for the stander range model and 49,000$ for the long-range model, for the performance model it’s expected to be around the 55,000$ Mark.
Charging and Range of the Tesla Model 3 2024
The new Model 3 supports various charging options, including Tesla's superchargers, 240-120-volt outlets, and home charging systems. The ranges are as follows: 272 miles for the standard version and 333 miles for the long-range model, aligning with industry expectations for electric vehicles in this segment.
In terms of performance, the long-range Model 3 is expected to reach 0 to 60 MPH in 4.1 seconds, while the performance model is slightly quicker at 3.5 seconds for the same acceleration. These figures are competitive within the electric vehicle market, particularly in this price range.
Release and Availability
When the release date of the new 2024 Tesla Model 3
Tesla plans to open orders for the 2024 Model 3 towards the end of 2023, with the transition into the early part of 2024. The exact dates for the first deliveries are yet to be confirmed.