Take A Virtual Ride In A Tesla Model 3, Plus Bonus Reveal Footage – Videos

2 years ago by Jay Cole 3


Since the launch of the Tesla Model 3 on March 31st, we have seen more than a few “first drive” reports from ride-along drives after the event.

Experience A Drive In The Tesla Model 3 For Yourself - In Virtual Reality

Experience A Drive In The Tesla Model 3 For Yourself – In Virtual Reality

But never one taped for VR.

So grab your VR goggles and take your own first spin in the Model 3.

No goggles?  The uploader Spherical Studios would be happy to sell you a pair at a very reasonable $7 + $1 shipping.

“Experience a virtual reality ride along in the Tesla Model 3 recorded during the Model 3 unveiling event at Space X on March 31st, 2016.

See what all the excitement is about from the passenger seat perspective, using google cardboard compatible goggles. Need VR goggles, we make the least expensive, ipd adjustable Google Cardboard compatible goggles, http://www.sphericalstudiosvr.com/sto… Only $7, plus $1 domestic shipped”

Special Bonus (Below):   Also enjoy a VR trip back to the Model 3’s reveal ceremony, a 0-60 run in a Tesla Model S P90DL in just 2.6 seconds, and a quick 3.3 second trip to 60 MPH in a Model X P90DL

Video (below): Tesla Model S P90DL sprint to 60 MPH in 2.6 seconds

Video (below): Tesla Model X P90DL hits 60 MPH in 3.3 seconds

Hat tip to Alfonso C! (@acuchi)

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3 responses to "Take A Virtual Ride In A Tesla Model 3, Plus Bonus Reveal Footage – Videos"

  1. Michael Soremekun says:

    Snoopavision!

  2. HVACman says:

    So far, I’ve seen a whole lot of Virtual about the Model 3. I’m a Reality guy myself.

  3. Michael McGrath says:

    Not at all sure about the screen display, especially at night. If you drive in the country at night when there are no outside lights, the glare from a screen is a major safety hazard and tiring on the eyes.
    We currently have the Peugeot with its retractable screen, which we always put down at night. The heads’ up speedo with a reflective read-out is particularly effective day and night. No need to look down to the side. Not sure I’d often look at a computer screen while driving.
    BTW I have ordered a M3, so hope there is wriggle room on this.