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The Tesla Mannequin 3 Bought a Refined Makeover, and It’s Lastly on Sale within the U.S.

The Tesla Mannequin 3 Bought a Refined Makeover, and It’s Lastly on Sale within the U.S.

Tesla’s refreshed Model 3 has finally made its way stateside.

U.S. drivers can finally put their names down for the new version of the company’s entry-level EV that debuted last summer. And thanks to a subtle makeover and several upgrades, the sedan’s place as one of Tesla’s best-selling models seems safe for the foreseeable future.

The major difference between the 2023 and 2024 Model 3s will be visible at a glance. The refreshed EV doesn’t look radically different, but a few key tweaks mean it no longer looks like a lumpy jelly bean. These include a more defined front fascia with more defined lines and new lights in the front and back. It’s still on the generic side of automotive design, but the same can be said of all Tesla’s vehicles aside from the Cybertruck, which takes things to the opposite extreme.

Inside the refreshed Model 3

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The upgrades continue inside the vehicle, where you’ll find a redesigned interior. Up front, there’s a revised steering wheel—which is still round—two wireless charging pads for your phone, and a new front air vent. Other additions include an 8.0-inch touchscreen display for rear passengers, ambient lighting, and a new 17-speaker stereo system. Tesla also claims to use better interior materials, while 360-degree acoustic glass will help deliver a quieter ride than previous iterations of the four-door.

There will be two versions of the refreshed Model 3 to pick between. There is the rear-wheel-drive Standard Range, which can travel 272 miles on a single charge, and the all-wheel-drive Longer Range, which can travel 341 miles per charge. Both Model 3s have a top speed of 125 mph, but the all-wheel-drive version can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds, while it takes the rear-wheel-drive version 5.8 seconds to do the same. It’s been reported elsewhere that a more powerful variant called the Performance will join the lineup at a later time.

A rear 3/4 view of the 2024 Tesla Model 3

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Unlike with another recent Tesla, drivers shouldn’t have to wait long to get behind the wheel of the new Model 3 now that it’s finally available in the U.S. The EV giant’s website says that vehicle deliveries are expected to begin later this month. Pricing for the Standard Range version starts at $41,990 and the Long Range at $48,490. Tesla’s website lists lower prices, but they include tax incentives and potential gas savings.

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