Tesla Model 3 Test Drive Video: First Time In 360 Degrees

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This is the first time we’ve seen a video of the Tesla Model 3 in 360 degrees and it’s pretty sweet.

Technology has come so far when it comes to video quality and the type of videos users can take using just a smartphone, Go Pro, or small portable camera device. This makes for a plethora of outstanding footage out there, especially when it comes to cars.

Tesla Model 3

Tesla Model 3 panoramic roof: Look up at the beautiful, sunny California sky.

There’s nothing quite like seeing a video in 360 degrees and being able to drag the picture around so you can focus on whatever you’d like to see. It’s even better if you have a VR headset because you can just look around much like you would in real life.

Anyhow, DÆrik promised us more videos with the Tsportline Tesla Model 3, and as you can see, this one is in 360. As we previously shared, it comes as no surprise that the guys throw out some kudos to Tsportline. They probably agreed to as part of the deal. Nonetheless, we get a good look at features in the Model 3 that are otherwise missing from most videos; panoramic roof, rear-seat coat hooks, bird’s eye view of seating and flooring area, etc.

This type of viewing technology gives you a much better perspective of the driving position and outward visibility; head- and leg-room; and the distance of reach for the driver and passenger to features like the touch screen. Check it out and have fun with it!

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Now we know what it would feel like to be Dale in a Model 3.

Trim behind drivers coat hook not clipped in. Otherwise looks great !

The rear seats look like crap (bulges and rippling).

Also not impressed with Tesla’s fit and finish. That trim by the coat hooks is an eyesore on both sides.

Where? The seats look fine to me. Also, what eye sore are you taking about? The coat hooks look subtle and understated. I rather like them.

Maybe he needs to turn down the gain on his Tesla hater reality distortion goggles? 😉

Kabel: Good morning Stuttgart.

The seats have a custom upholstery, so they are not Tesla’s bulges and rippling.

It’s also possible that the trim was taken off and not properly put back at Tsportline.

Looking out the roof and being able to out the rear sides, back, and rear roof was outstanding. One of the MANY features that outshine the competitors. Take their time and build it with high quality … the problems that slowed them down will be beneficial in the end.

Did the Energy Storage project in Australia delay the Model 3 in anyway. It seems strange the Model 3 configurator is sent out to non employees the same week the work in Australia is completed?

Technically, this was the first: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7s60cwlX-U&t=9s