Thursday, May 18, 2017

More pictures of the Tesla Model 3. It's everywhere!






Seems like the new Tesla Model 3 has been testing in the streets with zero camouflage for a while now.
Everyone and their brothers have pictures of it.

So here are some of them.


 As far as the production interior, the picture above is the only one I have seen so far.
It looks like they added some wood and satin/chrome bits here and there (around the lower console)
Here is what last year's concept interior looked like.
Which is really simple. Maybe too simple. (This almost looks sad. Like the interior of a hospital...)
Looks like they have tried to warm it up a bit for the production version. 

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The outside has a nice, clean design (except for the weird unfinished look of the nose), but was anyone even trying to design the interior?

FusioptimaSX said...

The front end looks like those cars they use in ads for random products ...anonymous and photo shopped.

Hope fully it's all fake and they will really have a decent front end. I know they are leaving out the fake grill, which is ok, but it literally looks like a plain plastic wall.

Anonymous said...

I like it....just wish they would build it already.

Anonymous said...

I'd like mine with air vents, please

Anonymous said...

Disgusting

Harry_Wild said...

I really like the look of the Tesla S exterior but the interior look cheap for a $100K vehicle. This is back several years ago and I will wait to see if they upgrade the 2018 model. If not, I will see how the price is for an used S.

moore said...

This car will probably sell well the first 2 or 3 years, as long as quality is good. But, they really need a small SUV. Something that's more straight-forward and not as complex as the Model X. Rear gull-wing doors/auto opening and closing doors just add weight and complexity to an already expensive vehicle. They need a real high-volume SUV, with at least 300 miles of range,that's about the price of a Volvo XC60.

moore said...

This car will probably sell well the first 2 or 3 years, as long as quality is good. But, they really need a small SUV. Something that's more straight-forward and not as complex as the Model X. Rear gull-wing doors/auto opening and closing doors just add weight and complexity to an already expensive vehicle. They need a real high-volume SUV, with at least 300 miles of range,that's about the price of a Volvo XC60.

Anonymous said...

a thing of the past before it even arrives!