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Includes 18-inch wheels, 15-inch touchscreen with navigation, panoramic glass roof, heated front and rear seats, and more.
Adds a 13-speaker audio system, 75kWh battery pack, dual motor all-wheel drive, and more.
Unlocks high-performance brakes, aluminum pedals, 20-inch wheels, sport suspension, carbon-fiber rear spoiler, and more.
One of the most appealing aspects of the 2022 Tesla Model 3 is its interior. Featuring a futuristic design, the cabin of the Model 3 is almost as exciting as its performance. Among the most distinctive features is the roof made entirely out of glass, along with a 15-inch touchscreen at the center console, which is basically the command center of the vehicle—replacing practically all other instruments, buttons, gauges, and displays. This frees up extra room in the cabin for passenger comfort.
How many miles you can drive before you need to charge is obviously one of the deciding factors when you're shopping for an all-electric car. The 2022 Tesla Model 3 easily ranks near the top here, making it perfect if you have a long commute. The base model has an EPA-estimated range of 272 miles on a full charge, and an EPA-estimated 138 MPGe combined.
Although the Model 3 is Tesla's entry-level model, it shares many high-tech features with others in the Tesla lineup. For starters, it comes standard with forward automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, and forward-collision warning. Adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and lane change alert are also standard, as are parallel park assist and parking sensors for the front, side, and rear of the vehicle.
If performance is your priority, the 2022 Tesla Model 3 has you covered. It's fast, it accelerates quickly, and it handles extremely well. The base rear-wheel-drive model, which is powered by one motor, goes from zero to 60 mph in 5.8 seconds; the Long Range's zero-to-60 mph time is 4.2 seconds. The top-tier Performance model can do it in only 3.5 seconds (all according to the manufacturer, when new).
The 2022 Tesla Model 3 has plenty to offer in the infotainment department. Thanks to a series of standard and optional features, the Model 3 provides a high level of connectivity and entertainment for all passengers. For instance, it comes standard with Bluetooth® connectivity and four USB-C ports, as well as wireless phone charging. Navigation is also standard, as is a feature allowing you to stream content from apps like YouTube, Netflix, and Hulu through the infotainment screen.
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F 40.3"/R 37.7"
Yes, the Tesla Model 3 comes standard with daytime running lights. Depending on regional requirements, the lights automatically turn on and remain on in specific situations while driving or when parked on certain types of roads. When the daytime running lights are on, the rear taillights are turned off.
Like with gasoline-powered cars, if your Tesla runs out of charge while driving, it will stop. If you need to get it towed, make sure you use a flatbed tow truck—Tesla says the vehicle can be seriously damaged if it's towed by a typical tow truck that only lifts the front end.
Yes. All Tesla models come with a Combined Charging System (CCS) adapter, which allows you to charge at any EV station with that system. You can use your infotainment touchscreen to locate a charging station near you. Then, just insert your charging adapter into the charging connector.
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The 2022 Tesla Model 3 has a spacious and comfortable interior with room for five. The cabin features a minimalist design—with a flat floor that opens up more room for passengers—and comfortable seats. Total trunk capacity is 23 cu-ft, and the overall cargo space increases further if you fold down the 60/40-split rear seats.
You'll love the panoramic glass roof, which brings a wealth of light into the cabin of the Model 3. With trim levels only applying to battery size and performance, you can expect similar features inside each model.
There are two complete sets of LATCH connectors and one tether anchor in the 2022 Tesla Model 3. You can easily install a rear-facing and a forward-facing infant seat or convertible seat, as well as a forward-facing booster seat.
The base rear-wheel-drive model of the 2022 Tesla Model 3—powered by a single motor and a 54kWh battery—can go from zero to 60 mph in 5.8 seconds, with a top speed of 140 mph (according to the manufacturer, when new). The top trim with dual motors and an 82kWh battery has a 3.1-second zero-to-60 mph time and a 162-mph maximum speed (when new). The battery range of the base model is an EPA-estimated 272 miles on a full charge.
2017-present Tesla Model 3 (first generation)
The Tesla Model 3 is still in its first generation, which started with the 2017 model year. It's a compact sedan with a maximum all-electric range of 358 miles for the 2022 Long Range model, when fully charged.
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