After several months since its debut in Europe and China, 2024 Tesla Revamped Model 3 is finally hitting the U.S. market. Available for orders on Tesla’s official website, deliveries for the upgraded sedan are anticipated to commence this month.
Notable exterior enhancements include redesigned headlights and taillights, contributing to a significantly improved aesthetic for the Model 3. The interior sees notable upgrades, incorporating ambient lighting, two wireless smartphone charging pads, an additional front air vent, a redesigned steering wheel, an 8.0-inch touchscreen catering to rear-seat passengers, standard heated and cooled front seats, and an enhanced audio system. Tesla emphasizes improvements in interior material quality and noise reduction within the cabin through the addition of extra sound-deadening materials.
The Model 3 lineup maintains its rear-wheel-drive Standard Range variant, boasting a claimed range of 272 miles (or 248 miles with 19-inch wheels) and starting at $40,630. Optional features include a $1000 white interior, $1500 19-inch wheels, and $6000 Enhanced Autopilot driver-assistance features. The all-wheel-drive Long Range model now boasts an extended range of 341 miles (or 305 miles with 19-inch wheels) and starts at $47,630. As of now, there is no information on a revised Model 3 Performance, leaving enthusiasts in anticipation for the release of a more potent version.
While Tesla hints at upcoming updates for the Model Y crossover, no images or details have been disclosed, making it uncertain when these revisions will be unveiled.