Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Tesla Model3, view from the cockpit.

I guess this will be what you see when you drive the new Model 3 from Tesla.

I still think that big screen right in front of you is a huge distraction.
Sure, we do get used to almost everything. I just really don't see why.

I still like a knob here and there. Especially for sound system volume.
There is just nothing here.

A hyper minimalist interior. We'll see if people actually like it, besides the Tesla fans.
It could look cheap.
The Model S's interior is also very modern. But I think it does look quite cheap next to other "$75 000 to $100 000" cars.
(The doors also feel pretty light weight.)

This might end up being a bit too much for most.

What do you think?

9 comments:

Les said...

I don't see a speedo. Is there a HUD, or is the car's speed only shown in some sub-menu?

BillyM67 said...

I'm waiting to see what their truck will look like, if it ever happens. If it's nice and a real truck (meaning durable, tough, can tow and go off road), and gets good distance/mileage per charge, it could be a real game changer. I'm really surprised Toyota hasn't released at least a hybrid version of the Tundra and/or Tacoma.

Anonymous said...

I completely agree with you Vince, my current lease will end in early 2019 and I thought this was going to be my next car. After seeing the interior pictures I'm really thinking it won't. This is so plain, plus I would feel like I have a TV or computer screen in front of me all the time. I really believe I'll pass....

Anonymous said...

So I can't use my phone when driving in most states but I can go through all the menus in a screen like this. I don't see the difference.

Anonymous said...

When it is in drive all you will see is D, your radio, and nav. Everything else will be blacked out.

Soul2Stinger/FusioptimaSX said...

Obnoxious.

Vince Burlapp said...

No HUD or anything else. Just that one screen.
A really cool idea. But a very impractical one I think.

Anonymous said...

A cardboard box with an iPad and a steering wheel

Anonymous said...

It will be very interesting to see what would happen when that display stops working....