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2017 Tesla Model 3 - interior, exterior, price, photos

2017 Tesla Model 3

On March 31, 2016 in Los Angeles, the presentation of the new electric car from the Tesla company which has received the name Model 3 was took place. This model became the third in the current line of the maker, having joined more bigger models Model S and the crossover Model X. Externally new 2017 Tesla Model 3 looks as the reduced copy of the senior Model S, especially it concerns sidewalls. But the front is completely different with the other head optics and a complete lack of false radiator grille, which electric vehicles in general, do not need it. 

At the front bumper placed diode running lamps and a small bottom air intake, behind 2017 Tesla Model 3 is allocated with original lamps and a trunk lid, and the cabin of the electric car, on assurance of the producer, is capable to provide with a sufficient scope and comfort for five people. Interior is decorated in minimalist style, a steering  wheel is made on sports manners with the rim truncated from below, and the branded vertically focused display on the central console has replaced the huge monitor as if from the home PC.

2017 Tesla Model 3

Taking orders for 2017 Tesla Model 3 has already started - for its design is enough to leave a deposit of $ 1,000, and the price of the electric car will start with a mark of $ 35,000 for the basic version. At the same time, the first delivery of cars to customers will begin approximately until the end of 2017. Thus, the company still has enough time to work on a technical stuffing of the model. Thus, so far the manufacturer does not specify the characteristics and modification of Model 3 - the data will be known later.

Photos of 2017 Tesla Model 3

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