Tesla Model 3 Performance Dual Motor Review 2019 Europe

Tesla Model 3 Performance Dual Motor Review 2019 Europe

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Tesla Model 3 Performance Dual Motor Review 2019 Europe.

Uncompromising safety as a design feature
Safety is the most important design feature of the Model 3. Its metal structure is a combination of aluminum and steel, which guarantees maximum strength in every area. In a roof deformation test, the Model 3 withstood four times its own mass, even with a large glass roof: that’s equivalent to the weight of two full-grown African elephants.

The Model 3 offers optional dual-engine four-wheel drive, 20-inch performance rims and brakes, and a lowered chassis for total control in all weather conditions. A carbon fiber spoiler increases stability at high speeds. These features allow the most powerful Model 3 to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.5 seconds.

20-inch performance rims and brakes
Includes Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires and larger, more powerful brakes. In addition, the package includes a lowered chassis for superior handling and performance.

Carbon spoiler
Superior aerodynamics and improved stability for speeds up to 250 km / h

Performance pedals
Designed with light alloy for an exclusive interior styling.

The Tesla all-wheel drive uses two separately controlled electric motors. Unlike conventional four-wheel drive, these two engines control the torque on the front and rear wheels separately. The controls are digital and therefore much more precise than with mechanical power transmission, which guarantees better handling and traction under all conditions. Your vehicle can also be easily driven by just one engine, so you do not have to worry about staying out. Should one engine fail, you can safely reach your destination with the second.

The Model 3 is fully electric, so you’ll never have to visit a gas station again. If you charge at home at night, the battery is fully charged when you wake up in the morning. And charging is also easy on the move: Simply connect it to a public charging station or a charging station on the Tesla charging network.

Groundbreaking autopilot safety and comfort functions relieve you of stress when driving. The Model 3 features state-of-the-art hardware as standard to enable autopilot functionality today and autonomous driving in the future.

Even in the interior, the Model 3 stands out from ordinary vehicles significantly. You can use your smartphone as a key and control all driving functions via the 15-inch touchscreen. Its large glass roof runs from the front to the very back, creating an incomparable sense of space and freedom on every seat.

3.5 sec 0-100 km / h
Range (WLTP)
530 km
four-wheel drive with dual engine
5 adults
20-inch performance rims
1,847 kg
Luggage compartment
425 l
15 inch touch screen in the center
use against payment (“pay-per-use”)
4 years 80,000 km

Battery and drive unit
8 years 192,000 km

Every push notification or swipe up seems to bring more brow-furrowing news about Tesla, mostly due to the mystifying moves of its chief executive. So many questions swirl—what’s he doing? Where are they going?—but after 70 hours and 600-some miles behind the wheel of the new 2018 Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Performance, at least one thing is clear: Tesla still knows how to extract staggering performance out of its electric vehicles.

The Model 3 is the tidiest Tesla currently in production—an all-electric sedan that comes in rear-wheel drive (via a rear-mounted permanent-magnet motor) or all-wheel drive (with the addition of an induction motor between the front wheels). In base rear-wheel-drive trim, the Model 3 (long-range version) makes 258 horsepower and 317 lb-ft of torque. The Dual Motor Performance (DMP) variant ups the output to 450 horsepower and 471 lb-ft of torque.