Test drive: Model 3 update shows why Tesla is leading the field on electric vehicles
There is still nothing on the market quite like this EV and it feels like all the sports saloon anyone needs
As the name suggests, the Model 3 is Tesla’s third car. That’s if you ignore the original Tesla Roadster of circa 2008. In fairness, that two-seat sportster was based on an existing Lotus, while the Model S, Model X and Model 3 are all Tesla’s own creations.
There’s no doubt you’ve heard of Tesla and its industry-changing electric cars, but to refresh your memory, the Model S saloon is a little larger...
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