Regular Car Reviews’ Rather Hilarious Tesla Model 3 Review


How about a review comparing the Tesla Model 3 to the Meme Economy and 1930’s French Film?

Well, you asked for it, so here it is! First of all, it’s important to remind Tesla CEO Elon Musk:

Elon, this world has rules – very strict rules.

One must understand the rules of the Internet. Most importantly:

Do not talk about [REDACTED].

Ok, we’ll spare you our attempt to be funny or explain, since we don’t want to ruin it for you and we can’t possibly do as well as Regular Cars. You just have to watch the video. Whether you’re a Tesla fan or not, InsideEVs thinks you’ll at least crack a smile while watching, but it’s much more likely that you’ll find yourself laughing uncontrollably. If you watch long enough, there is an informational review section about the Model 3 later in the video. Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

Video Description via Regular Cars on YouTube:

2018 Tesla Model 3: Regular Car Reviews

We review a Tesla Model three and compare it to the Meme Economy and 1930’s French Film.


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Range: 310 miles; 136/123 mpg-e. Still maintaining a long waiting list as production ramps up slowly, the new compact Tesla Model 3 sedan is a smaller and cheaper, but no less stylish, alternative, to the fledgling automaker’s popular Model S. This estimate is for a Model 3 with the “optional” (at $9,000) long-range battery, which is as of this writing still the only configuration available. The standard battery, which is expected to become available later in 2018, is estimated to run for 220 miles on a charge. Tesla Model 3 charge port (U.S.) Tesla Model 3 front seats Tesla Model 3 at Atascadero, CA Supercharging station (via Mark F!) Tesla Model 3 Tesla Model 3 The Tesla Model 3 is not hiding anymore! Tesla Model 3 (Image Credit: Tom Moloughney/InsideEVs) Tesla Model 3 Inside the Tesla Model 3 Tesla Model 3 rear seats Tesla Model 3 Road Trip arrives in Tallahassee Tesla Model 3 charges in Tallahassee, trunk open.

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14 Comments on "Regular Car Reviews’ Rather Hilarious Tesla Model 3 Review"

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This might get more coverage if the title featured the channel’s name “Regular Car Reviews” in it. It’s pretty popular among the wider car-enthusiast scape. It just feels weird to see an article title here say “Watch this”.

Anyways, compared to other hybrids/EVs he reviewed, thankfully RCR took the time to research on it – and because of it this is one of his much better videos!

This might be funny to a millennial, but I have higher standards when it comes to comedy. Timing. Awareness. The ability to build tension. Some of the best jokes are silent. A joke isn’t 14 minutes and a gag isn’t about all the words.

Ahh here, let’s keep the topical generation battles out of it!

It’s not like this was a comedy episode was written by Graham Linehan here. It’s “internet” humour… Well I don’t think it’s even that since I live for that kind of laugh. It’s his own humour. A common thing he does is how he deliberately takes brief moments of video or an essay that happily runs a distance from itself and from the fact that it’s a regular car review. It’s absurdism, sure.

He’s done worse (his Model S and Prius reviews if you dare), but this here has enough for us at the very least chuckle with while still getting the message [addressed to Elon].

At the very most (unlike that one prius video), there’s clear enjoyment he had in making this, and not (that much) a hint of bias against the EV.

It’s within line with what his subscribers, fans and commenters usually like; because they’re the only ones who he only cares about.

You can judge them for yourselves. Lol They, I believe, would give your comment that much more weight.

Only thing that actually made me chuckle was the song at the end…

Tough crowd.

So… he… erm… he hatelikes the car?

He has mixed feelings and an internal battle. I pray for him to save his soul.

Yea, the wine glass in the cockpit is amusing. Funny thing, highway patrol is rarely amused.

One comment, chill mode is for wimps. I don’t know where chill mode is in the menus. I don’t want to know.

Chill mode sounds cooler than Standard. Tesla should work on the more appropriate names for the driving modes.

Wimps = Passengers

Valet mode was referred to as Prius Mode by owners for a time.

So a cop pulls you over for an illegal lane change and sees a wine glass in your cupholder…. Will the highway patrol officer make it an issue? After all, IT’S A GLASS! I’d like to take that one to court. What if a beer mug was on the floor? We can buy a beer mug at the store, right? Glasses can and will hold all sorts of liquids that aren’t alcohol. Can you imagine being called outside for a sobriety test just because you had a wine GLASS in the car? The reason I call out your comment is that this level of nutty profiling exists all too often. I once was going through a small town near here and stopped to get a beverage for myself and passenger at a tiny convenience store. I bought two old fashioned root beers that came in those brown bottles that look like real beer ones. As I pull out, a local cop hits his siren and pulls me over. Smiling and friendly, I knew right away why this was happening. It was merely a misunderstanding. The cop was a real tool. He literally detained me for one hour and had my… Read more »

It’s for the newbs who don’t know how to use regen smoothly and insist on pulling their foot all the way up from the accelerator attempting to coast like they’re in a gas car.

We understand. You’re more of a moron mode guy.