Available: ETA Q3, 2019
Hardly any other electric car has been anticipated with so much excitement: Tesla Model 3 is possibly the definitive breakthrough of electric cars and a catalyst for the entire industry. The base model of the EV pioneer's family sedan aims to come in at under $US35,000 (possibly around $A55,000 in Australia), will have a 50kWh battery and a purported range of 350km. It is expected to arrive in Australia sometime after mid-2019 - make sure to return here as more details come to hand.
|EV Type||BEV||Charging Plugs (AC)||Type 2|
|BEV Range (km)||Charging Plugs (DC)||CCS2, Tesla Supercharger|
|Real World Range (km)||350||Max Charge Rate (kW, AC/DC)||20/TBC|
|Battery Size (kWh)||Tow Rating (kg)|
|Max. Power (kW)||Max. Torque (Nm)|
Reviews & Road Trips
- “Zero emissions musicians” take a Tesla Model 3 EV on tour - American musicians highlight the environmental and cost savings of driving electric, and say it even funded their huge home solar array.
- Australian Tesla customers get to see and touch, but not yet drive, a Model 3 - Thousands of reservation holders invited to inspect "mass market" Tesla Model 3 EV in Australia for first time. They will have to wait at least another year for delivery.
- Tesla drops Model S and X standard range pricing by around $10,000 - Tesla drops pricing for base variants of Model S and Model X electric cars.
- Tesla releases DIY maintenance manuals for Model 3 electric sedan - Model 3 DIY maintenance manual for minor tasks now available from Tesla website.
- Tesla confirms small price increase for all Model 3 variants - A small price hike for the Model 3 will see $US400 added to price of each variant, even off-menu models.