Tesla Model 3 is to eventually include three battery options

If you remember how many times Tesla did some reshuffling in Model S and Model X offer, you can be sure that in case of Model 3 it will be more of the same with constant adjustments every couple months.

Tesla began with Model 3 Long Range rear-wheel drive, and the add all-wheel drive version and all-wheel drive Performance version. As the Model 3 Mid Range comes in, Model 3 Long Range RWD was dropped. The long-awaited Model 3 Standard is still 4-6 months from now.

Tesla Model 3

Tesla Model 3

Here we gathered some basic data (some estimated/preliminary ) for a quick comparison, deducting $3,750 federal tax credit for new orders (and sales from January 1, 2019):

Model 3 Standard (2019) expected from February-April

  • MSRP: $35,000 + $1,200 (D&H) - $3,750 federal tax credit = $32,450
  • 220 miles (354 km) of range or more
  • 0-60 mph (96.5 km/h) in 5.5 seconds
  • rear-wheel drive

Model 3 Mid Range (2018)

  • MSRP: $45,000 + $1,200 (D&H) - $3,750 federal tax credit = $42,450
  • 260 miles (418 km) of range
  • 0-60 mph (96.5 km/h) in 5.6 seconds
  • rear-wheel drive

Model 3 Long Range (2018) - discontinued

  • MSRP: $49,000 + $1,200 (D&H) - $3,750 federal tax credit = $46,450
  • 310 miles (499 km) of range
  • 0-60 mph (96.5 km/h) in 5.1 seconds
  • rear-wheel drive

Model 3 Long Range AWD (2018)

  • MSRP: $54,000 + $1,200 (D&H) - $3,750 federal tax credit = $51,450
  • 310 miles (499 km) of range
  • 0-60 mph (96.5 km/h) in 4.5 seconds
  • all-wheel drive

Model 3 Long RangeAWD Performance (2018)

  • MSRP: $64,000 + $1,200 (D&H) - $3,750 federal tax credit = $61,450
  • 310 miles (499 km) of range
  • 0-60 mph (96.5 km/h) in 3.3 seconds
  • all-wheel drive

Tesla Model 3