The modelRead full review
The Tesla Model 3 is good to drive, packed full of tech, fast (ridiculously so in Performance guise) and even reasonably practical. It has firmer suspension than some executive cars, but it’s never uncomfortable, even on beaten-up UK roads. It’s also competitively priced and well equipped, and when you factor in its long battery range and Tesla's world-beating charging infrastructure, it's a brilliant choice.
The trimSee full equipment
Comes very well equipped, with adaptive cruise control, keyless entry, LED headlights, power-folding mirrors, electrically operated front seats and steering column, heated front and rear seats, a 15in infotainment screen with Google Maps, Netflix and web browsing, a premium audio system, wireless charging, climate control, faux-leather seats, a rear-view camera, a panoramic glass roof and all-round parking sensors. Also gets 20in alloys and sports suspension.
The engineSee full engine specs
This range-topping variant combines bonkers acceleration (we've tested it going from 0-60mph in 3.3sec) with a long range between charges. Well worth a look, but the cheaper Long Range model is still very fast and will get you farther on a battery charge.
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