Tesla Model 3 with significant updates is available

Tesla Model 3 with significant updates is available

The updated 2024 Tesla Model 3 is now available to order for U.S. customers.

It’s offered in RWD Standard Range and AWD Long Range forms, with prices starting at $40,630.



Tesla’s website says that U.S. deliveries will begin this month.

It’s been several months since Tesla unveiled the revised version of the Model 3 sedan, but it’s finally becoming available for U.S. buyers after first going on sale in Europe and China. The updated 2024 Model 3 is now open for orders on Tesla’s website, with deliveries estimated to start this month.

The most noticeable changes are to the exterior, which features new headlights and taillights that improve the sedan’s appearance considerably. The interior adds ambient lighting, two wireless smartphone charging pads, an additional front air vent, a revised steering wheel, an 8.0-inch touchscreen for rear-seat passengers, standard heated and cooled front seats, and an upgraded audio system. Tesla also says it has upgraded interior material quality and added additional sound-deadening material to quiet down the cabin.

Much like before, the lineup includes a rear-wheel-drive Standard Range model with a claimed 272 miles of range (or 248 miles with 19-inch wheels). It starts at $40,630 and offers options including a $1000 white interior, $1500 19-inch wheels, and $6000 Enhanced Autopilot driver-assistance features. The all-wheel-drive Long Range model now claims a range of 341 miles (or 305 miles with 19-inch wheels) and starts at $47,630. We haven’t heard about a revised version of the Model 3 Performance, so we may have to wait for that more powerful version.



We expect similar updates to come to the Tesla Model Y crossover soon as well, but we haven’t yet seen any photos or heard any updates so we’re not sure about the timeline for its revisions.

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