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Includes a rearview camera, cruise control, Park Assist, a power liftgate, an available Wi-Fi hotspot, a premium sound system, heated seats, brake assist, blind-spot collision warning, and more.
Adds an EPA-estimate range of 402 miles on a full charge.
Includes the same standard features as the Long Range, but adds Ludicrous Mode for quicker acceleration, two additional interior styling choices, and a carbon-fiber spoiler.
The 2020 Tesla Model 3 uses simplicity as the key to a comfortable and functional interior. Leather seating, on all trims, can be comfortable for both short and long trips. Passengers can set just the right temperature in the intuitive climate control system. The sky is the limit with the standard all-glass roof, helping the cabin feel roomy and open. Front and rear heated seats are available to keep everyone warm when the cold weather comes.
Why have one motor when you can have two? The 2020 Tesla Model 3 AWD models use electric motors on both axles. This intelligent AWD system reacts in as little as 10 milliseconds to changes in road conditions. Then, the torque gets moved to the wheels with the most traction. This helps you have a confident grip to handle what the road sends your way. This makes the Model 3 a great option if you regularly drive in poor weather.
You don't have to be someone who keeps up with the latest tech to enjoy the 2020 Tesla Model 3. A center-mounted 15-inch touchscreen offers intuitive controls for most of the vehicle's features. Twelve ultrasonic sensors and 360-degree cameras feed the driver aids, too. Are you someone who needs the latest tech? Then you'll be pleased to know you can get the latest software updates directly from Tesla over the air so you won't miss out on any of the new features.
The 2020 Tesla Model 3 has an impressive EPA-estimated range. The standard 2020 Model 3 with a 54kWh battery has an EPA-estimated 250 miles of range on a full charge.
The 2020 Tesla Model 3 Performance lives up to its name. Accelerating to 60 mph from a stop takes just 3.2 seconds (according to the manufacturer, when new). A 211kW motor is combined with a 147kW motor, putting power to all four wheels, which can improve traction during aggressive maneuvers. Despite the battery's substantial weight, the 2020 Tesla Model 3 Performance can handle cornering with confidence.
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Standard features of the 2019-2020 Tesla Model S include:
Premium audio system
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Eight-way semi-powered front seats
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Range when new (EPA estimate)
Estimated range today
220 - 237 miles
Est. range in 3 years
216 - 233 miles
Is this battery range helpful?
Rear Wheel Drive (2WD)
F 42.7"/R 35.2"
F 40.3"/R 37.7"
Yes, an adapter lets you charge a 2020 Tesla Model three from a regular outlet. This type of charging is the slowest and should be on a separate circuit.
Ludicrous mode uses software to get the most acceleration out of the electric motors. You won't find this mode on a Tesla Model 3.
You can use the Eco mode of the Tesla Model 3 to help improve the range. Avoid driving at high speeds, fast acceleration, and heat, since they will increase battery drain.
Thanks to an EPA-estimated 330 miles of range on the 2020 Tesla Model 3 Long Range (with a full charge), you should feel comfortable taking your Model 3 on road trips. Range figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new and assume a full battery charge. Range will vary and battery capacity may decrease with time and use. Tesla has over 20,000 charge stations for use across the continental US. The standard navigation in the 2020 Model 3 can make planning road trip recharges easy.
Deep Blue Metallic
Midnight Silver Metallic
Pearl White Multi-Coat
Black and White
The interior of the 2020 Tesla Model 3 is spacious, comfortable, and stylish. Heated seats in the front and rear get wrapped in soft leather, standard on any trim. At 97 cu ft, there's plenty of passenger space for up to five. Gaze into the sky through the glass roof, an exciting feature on all trims.
There are two complete LATCH anchor systems in the rear of the 2020 Tesla Model 3 and a tether anchor point. While there are lower anchors on the outside rear seats, they might be hidden deeper in the seat material than other vehicles. Either rear- or forward-facing car seats will work in any of the three spots. The rear seat measures 52.4 inches wide, so that may be too tight for three child seats.
2017–2021 (First Generation)
The Tesla Model 3 has not changed since it launched in 2017, using the same battery capacity and features. Tesla only made 79.5kWh models from 2017–2018 due to demand. Software updates get pushed over the air to the car to add new features, improve existing functions, and increase battery range. These updates apply to all Tesla Model 3s, regardless of model year or trim.
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