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Tesla Model 3 (Highland) test drive: Making a good first impression

Tesla Model 3 (Highland) test drive: Making a good first impression

The Model 3 has been given a much needed mid-lift refresh to keep it competitive.

I didn’t think Tesla could make the interiors of its cars anymore bare, but they’ve done it. When you enter the new upgraded Model 3, the first thing you notice is that the column stalks for the indicators, wipers, and gear shifter are all gone. Tesla’s obsession with minimalist interiors is well documented by now and I can’t help but think also a bit unhealthy. Happily, the rest of the updates to this new model are more conventional and bring about significant improvements to the way the Model 3 drives and feels.

The new upgraded Model 3 couldn’t have come at a better time. For a time, Tesla was the first brand you’d think of if you wanted to get a sensible electric car. But the competition is now a lot keener. This new model is what the industry would refer to as a facelift. But as far as facelifts go, the changes are quite substantial. Tesla says around 50% of the parts are new and are centred on making the car more efficient, quiet, and luxurious.

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