What’s New With the Tesla Model 3 and Model S
2024 Tesla Cars Updates
The 2024 Model 3, known as the Model 3 Highland, receives a much-needed update, including a redesigned nose and sleeker headlights and taillights.
Model 3 Gets a Refresh
The Model 3 introduces new paint colors, including Ultra Red and Stealth Grey, offering more choices to buyers.
New Paint Colors
Inside the Model 3's cabin, you'll find updated materials and wraparound LED ambient lighting for a more modern and comfortable feel.
Similar to the 2022 Model S, the updated Model 3 ditches the traditional steering column stalks and opts for buttons on the steering wheel and the infotainment interface.
The Model 3 now features a rear passenger touchscreen for controlling HVAC and media, enhancing the passenger experience.
Rear Passenger Touchscreen
The 2024 Model 3 boasts a quieter ride thanks to tighter panel gaps, acoustically insulating glass, and enhanced suspension components.
Improved Sound Insulation
While ride quality has improved, it remains on the firm side, providing a sporty driving experience.
The Model 3 is expected to have an improved range, thanks to updated aerodynamics and software updates,
Potentially surpassing the current estimates of 272 miles for the Standard Range and 333 miles for the Long Range version.
The 2024 Model S is not anticipated to see significant changes, as it recently underwent an update. A major refresh is speculated for 2025.
Model S Expectations
The status of the next-generation Roadster remains uncertain. Tesla has been quiet about its development, and the initial 2020 production target has passed.
Some believe Tesla might prioritize higher-volume models for now, potentially delaying the Roadster's release.
This supercar could face competition from other automakers like Porsche, Audi, and Lucid.
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